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Match Report: Robins 2-0 Shrewsbury Town

1 October 2022

Cheltenham Town claimed all three points as they beat Shrewsbury Town 2-0 at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium today.

The Robins took the lead just before half time thanks to skipper Sean Long, who poked home to give Cheltenham a well deserved lead. 


30 seconds into the second half and Alfie May doubled the lead when he volleyed home from a Ryan Jackson cross. 


Cheltenham started the game the better of the two sides. Moving the ball quickly and being the more physical of the two sides, Wade Elliott’s men seemed up for the fight ahead.


But the first big chance of the game went to Shrewsbury, when the ball fell to Tom Bayliss but his effort from the edge of the box was blocked by Ryan Jackson. 


The first booking of the game came out when Tom Flanagan’s flying challenge took out Jackson on the half way line. 


Half an hour in and the game had settled down, both teams were moving the ball well, but the challenges were still flying in. 


Soon after Ryan Broom found himself with a yard of space 20 yards out, but his strike whistled past Harry Burgoyne’s right hand post. 


Freestone forced Burgoyne into a smart save when he got on the end of a Jackson long throw which was tipped over the bar. 


But just before the break the deadlock was broken when Sean Long poked home from five yards out to give the Robins a half time lead. 


Less than 30 seconds into the second half and the Robins doubled their lead. Jackson picked up the ball on the right hand touch line and his cross fell to Alfie May six yards out, whose volley rattled in off the bar. 


Five minutes later and May went close to adding a third but his close range effort was well blocked by a swarm of Shrewsbury players. 


An hour into the game and Cheltenham were in full control with Luke Southwood’s goal being relatively unchallenged. 


The Robins didn’t rest on their laurels though, with 15 minutes to play Cheltenham kept pushing for more. Dan Nlundulu went inches of adding a third but his attempt went just wide. 


Things weren’t all positive for the Robins though, with five minutes to go, May was stretched off as he went down holding his ankle.  


The visitors piled on the pressure in added time, but it wasn’t enough to find a consolation goal as the hosts walked away 2-0 victors. 


Robins: Southwood, Long (c), Freestone, Sercombe, Nlundulu (Lloyd 84), May (Perry 88), Taylor, Ferry, Jackson, Bonds, Broom 


Un-used subs: MacDonald, Williams, Bradbury, Brown, Norton


Shrewsbury Town: Burgoyne, Leahy (c), Pennington, Moore, Winchester, Bowman (Pyke 67), Bennett (Da Costa 90), Bayliss, Dunkley, Saydee, Flanagan (O’Brien 87)


Un-used subs: Street, Bloxham, Caton, Bevan


Attendance: 3842 (546 away)

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Match Pack: Shrewsbury Town (H)

29 September 2022

After a short break, the Robins continue their Sky Bet League One campaign as they host Shrewsbury Town at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium (3PM KO).

The Robins didn't play last weekend due to international call-ups postponing the match against Derby County, where as the Shrews beat Burton Albion 2-1 at the Montgomery Waters Meadow.

Both managers will know each other very well, with opposing manager Steve Cotterill managing Robins head coach Wade Elliott as a player during Elliott's time at Burnley and Bristol City. 

Cotterill needs no introduction to Robins supporters, having spent five successful years with his hometown club, guiding us from the Southern Premier League to Division Two, as well winning the FA Trophy in 1998 at Wembley in front of 26,000 fans.

Home fans can still purchase your tickets online now, or from the ticket office.

Prices vary across our stands, with adult prices ranging from £18-£26, students and over-65s between £13-£18, and £7-£10 for under-18s. 

Sales are also available on the day for home fans only. If you are buying tickets in person, you can use cash or card from the sales point in the main car park.

Fans should arrive early to avoid queues, and any ticket changes should be made a day in advance due to the time it takes to alter tickets. 

If you are unable to attend the match, then listen to the action on iFollow

You can find the details to get to the Completely-Suzuki Stadium down below.

There will be no car parking available for the match. 

Also, the gates will open from 1:45PM to allow stewards and staff additional training time on the new ticketing system.

On arrival and around the ground, you will see our new food pods. These are cashless, and only card payments are accepted. 

Check out our new 2022/23 Training Kit and Leisure Wear, available now from the club shop and online.

We have a new information hut at the ground, which is run by our supporter liason and disability assistance team. It's located in the car park on the right hand side as you enter, between the ticket collection booth and “Hungry Robins” outlet.  The hut bears the logos of the Community Trust, Robins Trust, and Proud Robins, reflecting that we are all working together to support the club, represent fans and celebrate inclusion and diversity.

We aim to man the hut from around 1PM until just before kick-off on matchdays, and support with any disability assistance, provide access to free DAB radios, ear defenders and sensory packs, as well as taking bookings for our halftime cross bar challenge.

A new set of actions will be implemented across all English football leagues for the 2022/23 season and will be backed by the Football Supporters’ Association. They will target activity such as entering the pitch without permission, carrying or using smoke bombs or pyrotechnics and throwing objects - as well as drug use and discriminatory behaviour.

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