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Vital Rotherham Player of the Month - March

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Vital Rotherham United have voted striker, Ben Pringle their Man of the Month for March.

Twenty-two year old Ben joined the Millers in the summer after his contract ended with Derby County and scored his first goal for Rotherham in August against Crewe Alexandra at the Alexandra Stadium. Ben made a handful of appearances until October and then failed to get into the team again until the beginning of March when he marked his return with a fiftieth minute equaliser against Barnet to give the Millers a point to bring home. Since then Ben has scored in the four-two win over Macclesfield at Don Valley and the first goal on Good Friday against Wimbledon at the Kings meadow Stadium.

Vital Rotherham Voters voted Ben Man of the Match for the games against Barnet, Crewe and Macclesfield.

March was a busy month for the Millers, with them playing eight league games. As well as Ben, Johnny Mullins was voted Man of the Match against Plymouth and Crawley; Gareth Evans against Torquay and Oxford and Ryan Cresswell against Hereford in the last game of the month.

Well Done Ben! and thanks to all who voted!

Player of the Season Table - up to 31 March 2012
1 LEWIS GRABBAN
2 GARETH EVANS
3 JOHNNY MULLINS
4 ALEX REVELL
5 BEN PRINGLE
6 SAM WOOD
6 DANNY SCHOFIELD
8 RHYS TAYLOR
9 MARCUS MARSHALL
10 DALE TONGE
11 MICHAEL RAYNES
12 ADAM LE FONDRE
12 TROY BROWN
12 JON HARLEY
12 MARK BRADLEY
16 CONRAD LOGAN
16 KIERON CADOGAN
18 GUY BRANSTON
18 DANNY HARRISON
18 RYAN CRESSWELL
21 ANDY WARRINGTON
22 CHRIS HOLROYD
22 SCOTT GRIFFITHS
22 JASON TAYLOR
25 TOM NEWEY
25 BRETT WILLIAMS
25 SHAUN HARRAD
27 LUKE FOSTER
27 RICHARD NAYLOR
27 MILLER BEAR



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Date:Sunday April 8 2012

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