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Rovers Held At Woking

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Bristol Rovers

Kingfield Stadium

17th Jan 2015

Attendance: 3,853


Bristol Rovers Manager Darrell Clarke named both new signings Jermaine Easter and Adam dawson for the away clash at Woking. Steve Mildenhall was back for Rovers but had to settle for a place on the bench.

In a game of little chances it was Rovers who did have the better opportunities with Striker Matty Taylor having two goals disallowed the first of which seemed a harsh decision. Woking's Josh Payne had wasted the hosts best chance when he fired wide with out troubling Will Puddy in the Rovers goal.

Half way through the second half Darrell Clarke introduced new signing Jermaine Easter who showed some nice touches and movement. Tom Parkes headed Rovers best second half chance over the bar. With Barnet losing to Grimsby 3-1 Rovers closed the gap on top placed Barnet to five points.

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Writer:Lenny 1883
Date:Sunday January 18 2015
Time: 12:34PM

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