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Report: Town exit the Bristol Street Motors Trophy after defeat to Derby

5 December 2023

Fleetwood Town exit the Bristol Street Motors Trophy following a 3-0 defeat to Derby County at Pride Park.

Heading into the fixture after three successive defeats, Lee Johnson’s side were looking to get back to winning ways, but it wasn't to be as one goal in the first half and two in the second half sealed the win for the fellow League One side.

Derby started off the quickest of the two sides and it was Northern Ireland goalkeeper Stephen McMullan who was called into action first. He pulled off a superb save after 15 minutes after a fiercely whipped in Derby County corner saw James Collins almost open the scoring.

On 25-minute mark, Collins had another chance and this time he took it. Martyn Waghorn whipped in a corner and it was cleared as far as Conor Hourihane on the edge of the box. He struck it back into the danger area before Derby's No.9 stuck out a leg to give the host the lead.

Adam Montgomery almost equalised for the visitors as he got in behind the Rams defence, but goalkeeper Josh Vickers was out quick to make himself big and keep the hosts in the lead.

Johnson’s men started the second half positively with Bosun Lawal having a strike from outside of the box, then Jack Marriot went close but his effort was headed narrowly wide

Town keeper McMullan made a number of impressive saves to keep the score line at 1-0, but Collins doubled his tally in the 76th minute. Joe Ward delivered a free-kick into the box for the forward to head home and all but seal victory for Paul Warne's side.

With minutes remaining, the Rams made it three and sealed their place in the Round of 16 of the Bristol Street Motors Trophy after substitute Tyreece John-Jules fired a low strike past McMullan.

Derby XI: Vickers (GK), Wilson (Nelson, 83')), Forsyth, Hourihane (C) (Fapetu, 87'), Bradley, Cashin, Barkhuizen (John-Jules, 75'), Bird, Collins (Weston, 83), Waghorn (Mendez-Laing, 67'), Ward.

Unused Subs: Wildsmith (GK), Brown.

Town XI: McMullan (GK), Montgomery (Johnston, 63'), Wiredu (Hayes, 69'), Lawal, Tshimanga, Broom (Vela, 63'), Marriott (Stockley, 69')), Heneghan, Dolan (Mayor, 17'), Earl, Patterson.

Unused Subs: Lynch (GK), Holgate.

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Tickets and coach travel on sale for our cup clash at Derby

4 December 2023

Tickets and coach travel are now on sale for our Bristol Street Motors Trophy cup tie against Derby County, which is set to take place at Pride Park on Tuesday 5 December at 7pm.

Lee Johnson’s men successfully made their way through the initial group stage of the competition after beating Tranmere Rovers and Leicester City Under-21s, whilst also picking another point up away against Wigan Athletic, with the next step in the tournament being a trip to face the Rams in the first knockout stage.

In the final game of the group, the Cods put on a convincing performance against the Young Foxes at Highbury as Ryan Broom netted a brace early on, with Under-21s captain Will Johnson, and forward Ryan Graydon adding on to the score line later in the fixture to round out the 4-0 win at Highbury.


Below we have all the ticketing details you need to know ahead of the match in Derby - supporters will be in the South East Corner (Upper Block) - prices are as follows:

Adults: £10

Concessions: £5

Juniors (13-17) & Children (6-12): £5

Infants (2-5): FREE*

*Infants must be purchased as part of a pair with a parent/guardian aged 18 or above. Any child aged 15 & under must be accompanied by someone aged 18 or above and children aged Under two years will not be permitted entry to the stadium.

Tickets for the match will go off sale at Fleetwood Town's Ticket Office at 3pm on Tuesday 5 December, with no option to buy tickets at Pride Park.

Coach information 

Coaches will be departing Highbury at 3:30pm, costing only £10 for Onward Card Holders and £20 for non-Onward Card Holders.

If you would like any more information regarding the ticket sales prices, or any other general enquiries, you can contact our ticket office at Highbury Stadium by ringing 01253 775080 or you can email

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