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RUFC - Charity Game at Millmoor

Rotherham United's Millmoor is to play host to a Charity game on Sunday, 30th September.

The game, for young Elysha Robertson, will be between the John Breckin All Stars and the Mel Sterland All Stars and ex Millers such as Ronnie Moore, Gerry Forrest, Rich Finney, Paul Stancliffe, Billy Mercer and current manager, Mark Robins will be playing for John Breckin's team while Tony Cunningham, John Dungworth, Dave Bentley and David Pugh will be the ex Millers lining up for Mel Sterland. Also playing will be Tony Currie, Nigel Clough, Brian Deane, Kevin Pressman and Ernie Moss.

The Star says that Howard Webb will be the man in the middle while the Official Site tells us today that The Chuckle Brothers will be the sponge men.

Tickets are available from:

The Red & White Shop
Listerdale News, Bawtry Road, Rotherham
Sheffield United Ticket Office
SWFC Ticket Office
Rotherham Vital's own southernbelle is also selling tickets in the Moulders Rest and RUFC Suite when selling coach tickets for away games

Ticket Prices are 5 per adult; 3 concessions and 13 for a family ticket (this is 2 adults and 2 concessions)

Also available for 12 is entrance to the game and afterwards entrance to The Suite for pie and peas and a chance to meet the players with a licensed bar.

So don't forget that's
Sunday, 30th September and kick-off is 11 am




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 20 2007

Time: 3:20PM

Your Comments

That sounds good to me, bring back a lot of old memories!!
rybel_b
It does sound like it might be a good day
herringthorpe
Looking forward to it...and for a great cause.
zipadeedoodah
 

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