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Millers birthdays March 2nd-11th

Millers birthdays March 2nd-11th

March 2nd
Phil Barnes 1979

March 3rd
Barry Webster 1935
John Stone 1953
Colin Smith 1936
Neil Richardson 1968
Mark Druce 1974

March 4th
Kevin Eley 1968

March 6th
Don Weston 1936
Scott Smith 1975
Brian Gayle 1965
Andy Burgin 1947

March 7th
Phil Whelan 1972
John Green 1958

March 8th
Rodger Wylde 1954
Kevin Pilkington 1974

March 10th
Chris Rabjohn 1945

March 11th
Keith Pring 1943
Kevin Eades 1959

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Kevin Pilkington
Kevin Pilkington (born March 8, 1974 in Hitchin, England) He currently plays for Notts County. He is 6'01' and weighs 13 stone.

Pilkington plays as goalkeeper for the Magpies, and is noted for his shot stopping abilities. He is very consistent in the lower leagues.

He started his footballing career off at Manchester United but was only second choice to Peter Schmeichel. He went off to Rochdale and Rotherham before finding his feet at Port Vale. When Pilkington was released from Vale, had briefs spells at Aberystwyth Town F.C. and Wigan Athletic before joining Mansfield Town where he went on to make over 100 appearances for the Stags.

He then joined Notts County in the summer of 2005.

Before his move to Meadow Lane, Pilkington was best remembered by Notts County supporters for conceding a goal from opposite goalkeeper Steve Mildenhall during a bizarre League Cup match between the Stags and Magpies in which a hat-trick from Notts striker Danny Allsopp and a brace from Stags striker Chris Greenacre were both overshadowed by Mildenhall's first half free kick from inside of his own half of the field.

Millers appearences
1996-97 17 apps 25 goals conceded 4 clean sheets


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