Bristol Rovers moved into the top half of the League Two table with a narrow victory over Shrewsbury.
Former Torquay striker Chris Zebroski scored a stunning right-foot volley from the edge of the box on 19 minutes after a Matt Harrold knockdown.
Rovers defender Cian Bolger saw his header blocked on the line towards the end of the second half.
Shrewsbury thought they had levelled in stoppage-time but Scott Bevan saved Lionel Ainsworth's 25-yard drive.
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Shrewsbury Town manager Graham Turner told BBC Radio Shropshire:
"We had so much of the ball in and around the Bristol Rovers penalty area, I thought sooner or later something might drop for us or we'd be bright enough to create something.
"Having got the ball in good areas we failed to produce a position where we could get a shot in."
Bristol Rovers manager Paul Buckle told BBC Radio Bristol:
"It was always going to be tense because we were playing a side who have won four on the spin.
"It's a massive win for us because we looked confident and the amount of stuff that's gone against us lately, with the injuries... it's been a nightmare.
"The players have dug in, we've remained consistent with each other and I'm delighted with the three points."