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2013 Fleetwood Town 0 – 3 Bristol Rovers
The Cod Army were beaten convincingly at home by Bristol Rovers on a day where Anthony Barry made his long awaited return from injury.
Barry, who hadn’t appeared at Highbury since 2010, started in centre midfield, whilst Gareth Evans and Jamie Allen made home debuts.
Rovers approached the game positively despite their lowly league position, and their bravery paid off with a Danny Woodards goal in just the fifth minute.
Eliot Richards and John-Joe O’Toole also scored for the visitors on what was a disappointing day for Fleetwood.
Scott Davies, Dean Howell, Anthony Barry, Gareth Evans, Jamille Matt, Junior Brown, Alan Goodall, Shaun Beeley, David Ball, Rob Atkinson, Alex Marrow
Substitutes: Jamie McGuire, Steve McNulty, Nathan Pond (Howell 46’), Chris Maxwell, Alex Titchiner, Damien Johnson (Barry 74’), Jamie Allen (Ball 56’)
Steve Mildenhall, Michael Smith, Danny Woodards, Tom Parkes, Eliot Richards, Lee Brown, Ellis Harrison, Seanan Clucas, Tom Hitchcock, Mark McChrystal, John-Joe O'Toole
Substitutes: Ollie Norburn, Mitch Harding (Woodards 64’), Conor Gough, Tom Lockyer (Harrison 85’), Alefe Santos
2010 Fleetwood Town 0 – 1 Dover Athletic
Fleetwood succumbed to a disappointing defeat to Conference South (now National League South) side Dover Athletic in the FA Trophy.
2008 Fleetwood Town 2 – 1 North Ferriby United
Fleetwood defeated North Ferriby United at home as they marched towards the Non-League Premier title.