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RUFC - Head-to-Head v Mansfield



The Millers travel to Field Mill on Saturday for the second time this season, after going there at the start of the season and winning one-nil in the Football League Trophy.

In the League, at Millmoor in October, the Millers ran out three-two winners with goals from Marcus Bean, Marc Newsham and Stephen Brogan to lead three-nil with the Stags coming back in the last fifteen minutes with goals from Michael Boulding and Nathan Arnold.

Here are the stats from the last twenty years or so

League Results

League Two
06.10.2007 Rotherham 3-2 Mansfield
17.03.2000 Rotherham 2-3 Mansfield
23.11.1999 Mansfield 1-2 Rotherham
22.01.1999 Mansfield 0-3 Rotherham
31.08.1998 Rotherham 0-0 Mansfield
14.03.1998 Rotherham 2-2 Mansfield
04.11.1997 Mansfield 3-3 Rotherham
League One
08.05.1993 Mansfield 1-3 Rotherham
31.10.1992 Rotherham 2-0 Mansfield
Division Four
03.03.1992 Mansfield 1-0 Rotherham
18.01.1992 Rotherham 1-1 Mansfield
Division Three (Old)
23.04.1991 Mansfield 1-2 Rotherham
24.11.1990 Rotherham 1-1 Mansfield
16.04.1990 Rotherham 0-0 Mansfield
26.12.1989 Mansfield 3-1 Rotherham
26.12.1987 Mansfield 0-1 Rotherham
26.09.1987 Rotherham 2-1 Mansfield

Cup Results

FA Cup
05.11.2005 Rotherham 3-4 Mansfield
Football League Trophy
04.09.2007 Mansfield 0-1 Rotherham

Total Record v Mansfield
League...P 57 W 29 L 14 D 14
Cups.....P 05 W 01 L 03 D 01
Total....P 62 W 30 L 17 D 15

The games in 1997/98 season both ended in draws. The first was at Field Mill and ended three all with Millers goals being scored by Jason White, Lee Glover and Darren Garner and Town`s goals coming from Steven Whitehall who scored two and Lyseden Christie. Two Mansfield players were booked in the game by referee AR Hall, Steven Harper and Mark Peters. The attendance was 2,927
The teams that day were:
Mansfield
Gibson
Williams
Harper
Peters
Hassell (Eustace, 65)
Hackett
Schofield (Christie 65 )
Darrell Clarke
Peacock
Whitehall
Doolan
Subs not used: Kerr

Rotherham
Mimms
Clark
Warner
Garner
Knill
Richardson
Berry
Thompson
Jason White
Glover
Roscoe (Hurst 63)
Subs not used: Hayward

The game at Millmoor, four months later, was a two all draw with all the goals coming in the first half. Alan Knill got two for the home team after going two down to two goals for Town from Steven Whitehall. Referee SW Mathieson booked Steven Whitehall of Mansfield. The attendance was 4,054
Teams that day were
Millers
Mimms
Clark
Dillon
Garner
Monington
Knill
Berry
Thompson
Martindale
Glover
Roscoe
Subs not used:Druce,Richardson,Hurst

Stags
Bowling
Williams
Harper
Peters
Ford
Hackett
Schofield
Darrell
Clarke
Peacock
Whitehall
Talon
Subs not used: Sedgemoor, Kerr, Woods

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Date:Wednesday April 23 2008

Time: 8:48AM

 

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