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RUFC - Ref Watch v Morecambe

MR DARREN DEADMAN FROM CAMBRIDGESHIRE

Originally from Cheshunt in Hertfordshire, Darren joined the list of assistant Referees for season 1999-2000.
He was promoted to the National list of Referees in 2005.

His record so far is...
2005-2006 30 games 96 yellows (3.2 per game) 9 reds
2006-2007 30 games 125 yellows (4.1 per game) 12 reds
2007-2008 8 games 22 yellows (2.7 per game) 1 red.

The games he has taken charge of this season are...
Carling Cup Tue 14 Aug 2007 Norwich 5-2 Barnet 5 yellows 1 red
League 2 Sat 18 Aug 2007 Dag and Red 2-2 Wycombe 2 yellows
League 1 Sat 01 Sep 2007 Gillingham 2-1 Walsall 1 yellow
League 1 Sun 16 Sep 2007 Doncaster 2-0 Crewe 0 cards
League 2 Sat 22 Sep 2007 Lincoln City 1-2 Grimsby 3 yellows
League 1 Tue 02 Oct 2007 Millwall 2-0 Northampton 3 yellows
League 2 Sat 06 Oct 2007 Hereford 2-0 Brentford 7 yellows
Trophy 2 Tue 09 Oct 2007 Swindon 1-3 Cheltenham 1 yellow

The solitary red card he has shown this season was for Barnet's Neal Bishop in their Carling Cup defeat at Norwich for violent conduct.

Darren has officiated at just one Millers game before, this being the goalless draw at Brighton on February 3rd 2007.
He handed out 3 yellows, all during the first half.
Rotherham's Justin Cochrane receiving the first in the first minute, then Brighton's Dean Hammond and Adam El-Abd getting their's after 5 and 44 minutes respectively.

Darren will be assisted at Millmoor by....

WAYNE PORTER....LINCOLNSHIRE
DUNCAN R STREET....WEST YORKSHIRE
4th Official will be....
STEVEN J RUSHTON....STAFFORDSHIRE




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Writer: ZIPADEEDOODAH Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 16 2007

Time: 9:32AM

Your Comments

4.2 YELLOWS PER GAME LAST SEASON, THATS THE MOST IVE SEEN FOR A WHILE....GULP
zipadeedoodah
22 in 8 games already this season, Zip! We aren't used to getting cards are we!
herringthorpe
We are near the bottom of the bad boys league, so should be fine!
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