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Referee Rotherham v Yeovil

Referee Rotherham v Yeovil

The Referee for Saturday's visit of Yeovil to Millmoor will be Mr Carl Boyeson of Hull, East Yorkshire.
He Joined the National list of Referee's in 2002-2003 making this his 5th season on the list.

This will be his second visit to Millmoor this season after previously taking charge of the 2-1 defeat by Northampton on September 1st.
In that game he booked four players.
Lee Williamson and Gregor Robertson from The Millers, both for unsporting behaviour plus Jess and Chambers from the visitors for Unsporting behaviour and Dissent respectively.

His previous games involving The Millers were as follows...

27-9-2005 Hartlepool 0 Rotherham 0
3 bookings Williams and Foley from Hartlepool plus John Mullin from Rotherham.

24-8-2004 Rotherham 2 Chesterfield 1 (C-Cup)
3 bookings Darren Garner and Scott Minto from Rotherham plus Campbell-Ryce from Chesterfield.

30-9-2003 Rotherham 3 Stoke City 0
4 bookings Paul Warne from Rotherham plus Eustace, Andrews and Thomas from Stoke.

8-2-2003 Watford 1 Rotherham 2
4 bookings Cox and Robinson from Watford plus Curtis Woodhouse and Marvin Bryan from Rotherham.

This season Mr Boyeson has officiated at 14 games handing out 33 yellows and 3 reds.

He will be assisted by...
Mick McDonough (Tyne + Wear)
Gary Stott (Gtr Manchester)
4th official is Andy Smith (Yorkshire)


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Date:Monday November 27 2006
Time: 5:30PM

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i hope he is better than last saturdays
Mexbro miller
27/11/2006 18:14:00
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Cant be any worse Mex.......2 decent linesmaen wouldn't go amiss either,,,grrrrr
zipadeedoodah
28/11/2006 05:56:00
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