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2011–12 matches
League Two
TeamHomeAway
Accrington5–11–2
AFC Wimbledon1–03–2
Aldershot0–10–1
Barnet0–20–2
Bradford2–12–2
Burton7–11–2
Cheltenham1–32–0
Crawley0–01–4
Crewe2–50–3
Dag & Red2–00–4
Gillingham2–21–4
Hereford0–02–1
Macclesfield0–00–0
Morecambe2–13–2
Northampton2–12–3
Oxford0–00–3
Plymouth2–31–1
Port Vale0–3 0–1
Rotherham5–21–0
Shrewsbury1–00–1
Southend1–01–1
Swindon1–10–0
Torquay1–22–2
FA Cup
TeamH/A
Corby TownH3–1
AFC TottonA6–1
Aston VillaH1–3
League Cup
TeamH/A
WatfordH1–1
Leyton OrientA2–3
League Trophy
TeamH/A
WycombeA1–3

An injury time winner from Andy Dorman secured three points for Rovers, lifting them further clear of the League Two relegation zone and continuing the impressive run of form shown since the appointment of Mark McGhee as manager earlier in the year.

After 90 minutes of goalless, and at times slightly dull football, Dorman snatched his first goal as a Bristol Rovers player just over a minute into added time.

Match detailsEdit

Rotherham United0–1Bristol Rovers
(0–0 HT)Dorman (90+2)
at Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield attendance: 3,937
Lineups
21 Andy Warrington 1 Scott Bevan
17 Johnny Mullins 4 Danny Woodards
25 Scott Griffiths 5 Cian Bolger
27 Richard Naylor 37 Tom Parkes
4 Danny Harrison 17 Jim Paterson
8 Jason Taylor 23 Matthew Lund
15 Mark Bradley 8 Matt Gill
26 Sam Wood 34 Andy Dorman Ball
9 Alex Revell 11 Mustapha Carayol Sub-off
Sub-off 10 Shaun Harrad 16 Joe Anyinsah Sub-off
23 Lewis Grabban 26 Chris Zebroski Sub-off
Substitutes
2 Dale Tonge 2 Michael Smith
16 Paul Warne 6 Craig Stanley
18 Ben Pringle 9 Matt Harrold Sub-on
24 Michael Raynes 14 Lee Brown Sub-on
Sub-on 28 Kieron Cadogan 18 Eliot Richards Sub-on

TimelineEdit

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