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Vital Rotherham Man of the Month - March

Vital Rotherham Man of the Month - March

Vital Rotherham United's Man of the Month for March has gone to Johnny Mullins who got voted Man of the Match for three games last month.

Defender Johnny joined the Millers, from Stockport, last summer and has played thirty-nine games this season, scoring his only goal, so far, in the two-four win at Burton in February.

Johnny is quite a clever chappy too having graduated from Staffordshire University in the summer of 2008 with a degree in Professional Sports Writing and Broadcasting.

Johnny was voted Vital Rotherham's Man of the Match in the games against Bradford, Bury and Shrewsbury.

The other players who were voted Man of the Match last month were
Marcus Marshall against Torquay
Andy Warrington against Barnet and Chesterfield
Dale Tonge against Lincoln

Well Done, Johnny!

The Player of the Season Table
1. ANDY WARRINGTON
2. MARCUS MARSHALL
3. JOHNNY MULLINS
4. RYAN TAYLOR
5. NICK FENTON
5. NICKY LAW
7. KEVIN ELLISON
7. JASON TAYLOR
9. EXODUS GEOHAGHON
10. RYAN CRESSWELL
11. ADAM LE FONDRE
12. TOM POPE .
12. TOM NEWEY
14. TOM ELLIOTT
15. DALE TONGE
16. JAMIE ANNERSON
17. JAMIE GREEN
18. PAUL WARNE
18. DANNY COID
18. OMAR DALEY
18. DANNY HARRISON
18. MARK BRADLEY
18. MILLER BEAR
18. LIAM HENDERSON
25. DEAN HOLDEN
25. LUKE ASHWORTH
25. CALLUM KENNEDY
25. IAN THOMAS-MOORE


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Monday April 4 2011
Time: 7:47AM

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