Duo on target in Rovers victory

Date published: Saturday 18th July 2009 3:54

Guy collected Paul Heffernan’s pass and fired home the opener in the first half.

Boss Sean O’Driscoll made wholesale changes at the interval and rookie midfielder Clark hit a spectacular 25-yarder to secure the victory.

Assistant manager Richard O’Kelly and goalkeeping coach Lee Butler also got a surprise taste of the action as late substitutes.

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Duo on target in Rovers victory

Date published: Saturday 18th July 2009 3:54

Guy collected Paul Heffernan’s pass and fired home the opener in the first half.

Boss Sean O’Driscoll made wholesale changes at the interval and rookie midfielder Clark hit a spectacular 25-yarder to secure the victory.

Assistant manager Richard O’Kelly and goalkeeping coach Lee Butler also got a surprise taste of the action as late substitutes.

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Duo on target in Rovers victory

Date published: Wednesday 28th January 2009 12:06

Stockport were constantly on the back foot and the home side had the better of a poor first half, with Gareth Edds and Ian Moore’s penalty both finding the net in the second period for Tranmere.

Michael Raynes scored a late consolation for the away side in stoppage time but it was too little, too late.

With 57 minutes gone Edds gave Tranmere a deserved lead when he headed in from Chris Shuker’s corner.

Rovers continued to dominate and added a second in injury-time when Moore was brought down by substitute Greg Tansey and the striker dusted himself off to score the resulting penalty.

Moments later a Tommy Rowe corner resulted in a goalmouth scramble and Raynes pounced to grab a consolation for County.

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Duo on target in Rovers victory

Date published: Wednesday 28th January 2009 12:06

Stockport were constantly on the back foot and the home side had the better of a poor first half, with Gareth Edds and Ian Moore’s penalty both finding the net in the second period for Tranmere.

Michael Raynes scored a late consolation for the away side in stoppage time but it was too little, too late.

With 57 minutes gone Edds gave Tranmere a deserved lead when he headed in from Chris Shuker’s corner.

Rovers continued to dominate and added a second in injury-time when Moore was brought down by substitute Greg Tansey and the striker dusted himself off to score the resulting penalty.

Moments later a Tommy Rowe corner resulted in a goalmouth scramble and Raynes pounced to grab a consolation for County.

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