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RUFC - Youth lose in Cup

Rotherham United Youth 0 v Accrington Stanley Youth 1

Rotherham United Youth team are out of the FA Youth Cup after losing out to Accrington Stanley Youth at Don Valley last night.

Accrington started well and Karl Dailey and Marcus Carver had shots that went just wide. At the other end Tom Brown had a shot from six yards out, after being set up by Phil Woods, but it went wide. Millers` 'keeper, Jack Leyden did well to keep out a shots from Alexander McPolin and Carver before Carver finally got the only goal of the game on thirty-four minutes after receiving the ball in the centre of the pitch and flew into the area to put the ball into the net. The Millers had the chance to level just before half-time but an excellent pass from Phil Woods just evaded Brown and went to safety.

The Millers started the second half well and Brown brought off a good save from Adam Smith in the visitors goal while doing well to save from an Alec Denton shot from the edge of the area. A corner from Liam Royles only needed someone to stick out a toe to poke it over the line but it whizzed by everyone and later on a Royles free-kick found the head of Jordan Hall but although he had the 'keeper beaten he also managed to beat the bar and put it just over. In the final minutes of the game only a great stop from the Stanley 'keeper kept out a shot from Nicky Walker.

Zipadeedoodah`s Man of the Match - Mitchell Rose

Teams
Millers
Leyden
Royles
Hall
Hart
Travis (Walker)
Rose - Capt
Cadman
Woods
Beedham(Denton)
Brown

Subs not used - Hoyle, McKay, Thompson

Stanley
Smith
Proctor
Stockdale
Dailey
Holden
Hopper
McPolin
Wilkinson
Carver
Sargent
Willson

Subs not used - Peake, Dawson, Doig, Martini, Dawber







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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday November 3 2011
Time: 9:25AM

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