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RUFC - Vital Man of the Month for March

Rotherham United played eight games in March winning four, drawing three and losing one. In those eight games we scored sixteen goals and conceded seven. The goalscorers have been Reuben Reid (who has been nominated as player of the month for League Two), Drewe Broughton, Jamie Clarke, Mickey Cummins, Ryan Taylor, Pablo Mills, Danny Harrison and Mark Hudson. The Millers have also managed to keep three clean sheets this month. So, it is understandable that it has been difficult to chose just one Man of the Month - again!

Rotherham Vitalites have chosen . . .

Andy Warrington and Nick Fenton as their Men of the Month for March.

The voting went like this . . .

v Brentford - NICK FENTON
v Chester City - REUBEN REID
v Rochdale - RYAN TAYLOR
v Aldershot - JAMIE GREEN
v Chesterfield - REUBEN REID
v Bury - ANDY WARRINGTON
v Accrington - ANDY WARRINGTON
v Luton - NICK FENTON, IAN SHARPS, PABLO MILLS


The Man of the Season League Table Standings

1 ANDY WARRINGTON

2 DALE TONGE

3 IAN SHARPS

4 NICK FENTON

5 JAMIE GREEN

6 REUBEN REID

7 DREWE BROUGHTON
7 PABLO MILLS

9 ALEX RHODES

10 MARK HUDSON

11 MARK LYNCH
11 DAVID STOCKDALE
11 RYAN TAYLOR

14 DANNY HARRISON

15 STEVEN CANN
15 JAMIE CLARKE
15 MARK BURCHILL


18 OMAR GARCIA
18 ANDY NICHOLAS
18 MICKEY CUMMINS

21 JASON TAYLOR

22 SIMON THOMAS


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Date:Monday April 6 2009

Time: 8:53AM

 

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