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Rotherham ladies at Millmoor.

A battle of the sexes will take place at half time on Saturday at Millmoor.
During the interval of the Cheltenham match 2 of the areas deadliest strikers will fight it out from 12 yards.
Suzanne Davies from the Rotherham United ladies team, with 49 goals to her credit already this season will go head to head in a penalty shoot out with 48 goal striker Brian Cusworth from Parkgate F.C.
A Millers youth goalkeeper will face 5 penalties each from the deadly duo to find Rotherham's finest marksman or woman.
Val Hoyle, spokesman for the ladies says of Davies, 'Suzanne is a quiet girl.
She doesn't normally take penalties, but she is well up for this challenge.'
Meanwhile, Brian from Parkgate F.C, also not a regular penalty taker said, 'I'm looking forward to it, but i'm not looking forward to being beaten by a girl.
I'm going to have to have my shooting boots on.'

Before the match the ladies team will do a lap of honour as recognition of their winning of the Midland Combination League.




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Date:Friday April 27 2007

Time: 6:44AM

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Well done to the Ladies and good luck to Suzanne tomorrow.
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