Take a look back at what has been another busy week at the Mem!
ROVERS RECORD VICTORY OVER BURY
On Saturday afternoon Rovers scored four goals at a rather wet and windy Memorial Stadium to defeat Bury.
Rory Gaffney pulled the Gas back level, before Matty Taylor fired Rovers into the lead on the stroke of half-time.
Second half strikes from Peter Hartley and Ollie Clarke secured the win for Rovers.
Click HERE to see all the goals.
ROVERS PROGRESS IN GFA CUP
Tuesday evening saw Rovers host Slimbridge in an entertaining GFA Cup fixture at the Mem.
The game ended 5-2 to the Gas, with five different goal scorers on the evening.
Take a look back at all the goals by clicking HERE.
CHRISTMAS COLLECTION FOR EASTON SALVATION ARMY
Saturday saw the deadline for donations in the Club Shop for Easton Salvation Army.
On Monday members of the Rovers first team will deliver the donations to the Salvation Army in time for the busy festive period.
YOUNGSTER JOINS PAULTON ON LOAN
On Saturday morning it was confirmed that young Rovers Under 18's goalkeeper Kieran Hodges has joined Southern League side Paulton Rovers initially on a month's loan.
The young goalkeeper has recently appeared on the bench for the recent first team FA Cup games as cover for the injured Steve Mildenhall and cup-tied Will Puddy.
"The move will provide Kieran with a much-needed opportunity to gain senior match experience as part of his ongoing development," said Academy Manager Jonny Henderson.
VACANCIES AT BRISTOL ROVERS COMMUNITY TRUST
Earlier this week we posted news that Bristol Rovers Community Trust is looking for applicants for two roles.
Currently, they are seeking applications for both a GCSE Tutor and an Education Officer.
For full details for both positions, click HERE.