Date:Friday September 22 2006
The current leaders of the 2006-07 Youth alliance league play their first game for a fortnight against Lincoln City on Saturday.
The young Millers have an 100% start winning all four games played.
The last outing ended up in a 4-0 thrashing of second placed York City, with goals coming from Yates, Thomas, Vangucci and Green.
Visitors Lincoln, currently sit in 6th place of a 13 team division, having won one and drawing two games so far.
Any Rotherham fans not travelling to see the first team at Orient would be urged to go and watch Mark Robins table toppers try to extend their winning run to five matches.
Robins told the matchday programme 'It was very pleasing to see five lads from last season's youth squad along with Luke Pritchard join the club's senior ranks with professional contracts'.
The former Rotherham striker continued 'Thats what the youth team is all about and with that number joining the seniors, its probably the best return the youth squad has ever provided'.
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