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RUFC - Ref Watch v Brentford

RUFC - Ref Watch v Brentford

Mr R East from England

This will be the first time Mr East has officiated at a game for either Rotherham or Brentford.

Last season he was in the middle for games mostly in the Football Conference and reffed the second leg of the play off between Morecambe and York. He was also the referee for two FA Cup ties and an FA Trophy game.
His total cards last season were:
43 yellows and 0 Reds in 12 games.

The games refereed by Mr R East this season so far:

League Two
18.08.2007 Macclesfield v MK Dons (6 yellow cards)
25.08.2007 Wycombe v Bury (2 yellow cards)
22.09.2007 Hereford v Bradford (3 yellow cards)
29.09.2007 Wrexham v Lincoln (4 yellow cards; 1 red card)

JP Trophy
04.09.2007 Bournemouth v Walsall (1 yellow card)

Total cards so far this season are:
16 yellows and 1 red in 5 games

Here's hoping you have a good game, Mr East, and keep your cards in your pocket!

Mr East will be aided by

BC Holderness and D Rock
the Fourth Official is
IJ Cooper



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday October 11 2007
Time: 10:14AM

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Likes his yellows doesn't he!
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11/10/2007 10:18:00
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