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Charity cup final at Millmoor.

Thurcroft Hotel of the Rotherham Sunday League will go head to head with The Lord Conyers from the Mexborough Sunday League in the Charity Cup Final at Millmoor on Monday night.

Thurcroft have played in 7 of the last 9 finals of the competition, winning just twice in 1998 and 2002.
However a victory will see them become the first Rotherham Sunday League side to win the trophy 3 times.
Lord Conyers are through to the final despite this being their first ever season in the Charity Cup.
They are managed by Wilf Race who won the Cup last season with Maltby Main.

Kick off at Millmoor is 7.00pm and Rotherham's Mayor, Peter Wooton will be there to present the trophy to the victorious side.




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Date:Friday April 27 2007

Time: 6:54AM

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Conyers is 1884's local, wonder if he's playing ???.....lol
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