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Emley 0 - Rotherham 4

Welfare Ground

4 August 2009 7.00pm

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Friendly AFC Emley v Millers

Rotherham United went to the Welfare Ground at Emley this evening and came back with a four-nil win.

The home side nearly went into the lead in the opening minutes when, with Jamie Annerson beaten, Fletcher saw his shot hit the post. A minute later Emley 'keeper, Mick Clarke, tipped a Warne shot round the post and from the resulting corner, David Haggerty headed the ball in for the first goal. Trialist Jack Watts got goal number two when he recieved the ball from Andy Liddell with Paul Warne making it three-nil on the half hour mark.

The second half was pretty quiet with the Millers making four substitutions. The final goal came from the penalty spot after Dale Tonge was brought down and up stepped Andy Liddell to slot the ball home.

A third pre-season win for Rotherham United - now to the League....

Teams

AFC EMLEY
Clarke
Joice
Greene
Leech
Stuart
Armitage
Sidebottom
Hill
Kenworthy
Fletcher
Nodder

ROTHERHAM

Annerson
Tonge
Joseph
Haggerty
Nicholas
Liddell
Parr-Gallagher (Banks)
Harrison
Austin (Gladwin)
Watts (Brooke)
Warne (Hiley)





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Date:Tuesday August 4 2009

Time: 10:42PM

 

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