• 27
    • Nigel Jemson Goal
  • 28
    • Kenny Lunt Yellow Card
  • HT
    • Halftime
  • 47
    • Ryan Lowe Goal
  • 57
    • Robert Hulse Goal
  • 58
    • On: David Wright | Off: Efetobore Sodje
  • 70
    • Ryan Lowe Goal
  • 75
    • Luke Rodgers Goal
  • 76
    • On: Steve Jones | Off: Ben Rix
  • 81
    • Dean Ashton Goal
  • 81
    • On: Stephen Jagielka | Off: Nigel Jemson
  • 82
    • On: Sam Aiston | Off: Ryan Lowe
  • 85
    • On: Lee Bell | Off: Stephen Foster
  • 87
    • On: Peter Wilding | Off: Karl Murray
  • FT
    • End Regular Time
Shrewsbury Town Logo Shrewsbury Town SHRW Crewe Alexandra CREW Crewe Alexandra Logo
Shrewsbury Town
No. Name
  1 Ian Dunbavin
  30 David Artell
  31 Alex Smith
  2 Darren Moss
  5 Matthew Redmile
  6 Karl Murray
  87' 12  Peter Wilding
  20 Ian Woan
  4 Glenn Tolley
  10 Nigel Jemson  27'
  81' 7  Stephen Jagielka
  17 Ryan Lowe  47' 70'
  82' 11  Sam Aiston
  9 Luke Rodgers  75'
  22 Lee Kendall
  14 Leon Drysdale

Game Information

  • VENUE: Gay Meadow
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  • ATTENDANCE: 4,646


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