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Millers Reserves Lose to Leeds

Millers Reserves Lose to Leeds

Rotherham United Reserves lost to Leeds United Reserves this afternoon by a last minute goal.

Zeph Thomas gave the Millers the lead in the fourteenth minute when he cooly shot past the home 'keeper, Matty Edwards, after being given space, only for Ollie Hotchkiss to equalise fifteen minutes later when his strike hit the post and crossed the line. Just before half-time the Millers re-took the lead when a Tom Cahill shot was blocked but fell to Sam Duncum who converted from close range.

Gavin Rothery nearly had the ball in the net after the re-start but saw his shot go inches over the bar but he did score on the fifty-fifth minute with a curled shot that was just out of reach of Millers keeper Mark Oxley. Simon Harrison's free kick a few minutes later was tipped over the bar by Edwards and it looked like a draw would be a fair result. But a minute from time Lees got a free kick which Hotchkiss took and Tom Lees planted his header firmly in the net.

Good news for the Millers is that Mark Hudson played for sixty eight minutes of the game.

Teams:

Millers

Oxley

Hirst

Green (Green 86)

King

Haggerty (Bader 65)

Kerr

Hudson (Pendleton 86)

Harrison

Cahill

Thomas

Duncum

Leeds

Edwards

Madden

Lees

Wilkinson

Fisher

Rothery

Hotchkiss

Bayly

Delph (Cartmen 71)

Ovington

Ameobi (Elliot 71)

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Wednesday October 10 2007
Time: 4:50PM

Comments

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good news about Hudson but i`m not sure if we are hoping too much about his impact on the team
Mexbro miller
10/10/2007 17:02:00
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I just hope he's not pushed in before he's really ready
herringthorpe
10/10/2007 19:17:00
0
Not only Leeds first team that can score late goals then!!!
TheVillager
10/10/2007 23:30:00
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