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RUFC - Reserves draw at Forest

RUFC - Reserves draw at Forest

Nottingham Forest Reserves 1 v Rotherham United Reserves 1

Rotherham United took a strong reserve side to Nottingham Forest this afternoon and did well to get a point.

Both sides had players returning from injury - the Millers with Tom Pope, who played sixty minutes and Ryan Taylor who played for the last thirty minutes and Forest with David McGoldrick who played the entire second half.

Forest went one up from what I`ve been told by my 'roving reporter` at the game was a dubious penalty when Mark Bradley was adjudged to have brought down Nialle Rodney in the penalty. Referee Scott gave a penalty which Rodney duly put past the diving Jamie Annerson in the Millers` goal.

Not long into the second half the Millers got an equaliser when a Jamie Green cross found Tom Pope unmarked in the area and he headed the ball home. Forest should probably have scored when McGoldrick had a shot well saved by Annerson and then ten minutes later Nick Fenton did well to block a shot from the striker.

Teams

Nottingham Forest

Smith
Moloney
Freeman
Meadows
Lynch
Byrne
McCleary (McGoldrick)
Thornhill
Adebola (Mullen)
Rodney
Gibbons


Subs not used

Darlow
Kay
Lascelles
Reynor
Osborn

Rotherham United

Annerson
Royles
Green
Bradley (Macham)
Ashworth
Fenton
Denton
Banks
Pope (R Taylor)
Ani (Hall)
Marshall


Subs not used

Hancock


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday September 21 2010
Time: 6:54PM

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