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ENGLISH LEAGUE TWO

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 Hartlepool 3 0 2 9
7 Bristol Rov 3 0 2 9
8 Mansfield 2 2 1 8
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Yeovil TownYeovil Town
Bristol RoversBristol Rovers
0
1
FT
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Bristol RoversBristol Rovers
Birmingham CityBirmingham City
1
2
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Bristol RoversBristol Rovers
Northampton TownNorthampton Town
0
1
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Bristol RoversBristol Rovers
Grimsby TownGrimsby Town
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Tranmere RoversTranmere Rovers
Bristol RoversBristol Rovers
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0
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Orient make it five out of five by sinking Pirates

Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
Bristol RoversBristol Rovers
2
0
FT
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First-half goals by Lloyd James and Jay Simpson maintained Leyton Orient's 100 per cent start to the season as they beat Bristol Rovers 2-0 to stay top of the League Two table after five games.

There was little to choose between the teams in the opening exchanges but the home side went ahead from the penalty spot in the 23rd minute.

Defender James Clarke was adjudged to have pushed striker Paul McCallum and despite vehement Rovers protests, referee Darren Drysdale pointed to the spot. James stepped...

Rovers sting Bees

Bristol RoversBristol Rovers
BarnetBarnet
3
1
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Lee Brown's second-minute strike set Bristol Rovers on course for a 3-1 League Two win over Barnet, who pipped them to the Conference title last season.

The wing-back let fly from fully 30 yards when Chris Lines played a right-wing corner into his path and the low drive flew through a crowded box to beat Graham Stack.

Jermaine Easter doubled the advantage after 77 minutes, shooting home from eight yards after a Matt Taylor effort had been blocked.

But skipper Curtis Weston gave Barnet hope five minutes...

Sinclair strikes to haunt Hatters

Luton TownLuton Town
Bristol RoversBristol Rovers
0
1
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Midfielder Stuart Sinclair scored a last-gasp winner against his former side Luton to steal a 1-0 victory for Bristol Rovers at Kenilworth Road.

With seconds left, the 27-year-old, who was released by Town earlier in his career, was left unmarked to race through and calmly beat Mark Tyler in stoppage time, securing Rovers' first victory since returning to the Football League.

The result was nothing less than the visitors deserved either as Luton produced a woeful performance, failing to test visiting...

Rovers take late derby spoils

Yeovil TownYeovil Town
Bristol RoversBristol Rovers
0
1
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Ellis Harrison's late strike for Bristol Rovers secured a 1-0 victory and bragging rights over ten-man Yeovil in a tightly-contested West Country derby.

Yeovil were reduced to ten men when Matty Dolan saw red in the second half but Rovers left it late to take advantage at Huish Park.

Former Exeter stopper Artur Krysiak was the more involved of the two keepers, denying efforts from Harrison and Ollie Clarke.

Krysiak was again in the thick of it before the break, stopping Matty Taylor from giving Rovers...

Shinnie is Blues' match-winner

Bristol RoversBristol Rovers
Birmingham CityBirmingham City
1
2
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Andrew Shinnie's 68th-minute winner sank brave Bristol Rovers and saw Birmingham City into the Capital One Cup second round with a 2-1 victory at the Memorial Stadium.

The Scotland midfielder beat Steve Mildenhall from 25 yards with a low shot to give the Championship club a narrow victory over their spirited League Two opponents.

Jacques Maghoma's opener had earlier been cancelled out by Rovers' Ellis Harrison.

Gary Rowett made eight changes to his Blues line-up while Rovers boss Darrell Clarke made...