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RUFC - Head-to-Head v Owls

RUFC - Head-to-Head v Owls
The last time the Millers and Owls played each other was this time last season in the same competition but, unlike this season, the Millers were at home. Danny Harrison put the home side in front on thirty four minutes only for the Owls to come back with an equaliser from Glenn Whelan before Deon Burton and Wade Small made the tie safe for the Owls.

The last time the two teams met in a league game was in the Championship in the 2002/03 season. In August 2002, a late goal from Darren Garner gave the Millers a win at Hillsborough after Craig Armstrong had given the Owls an early lead and Alan Lee had equalised from the penalty spot.
The teams that day were
Millers
Pollitt
Scott
Swailes
McIntosh
Hurst
Warne
Talbot (Garner)
Mullin
Sedgwick (Monkhouse)
Lee (Barker)
Byfield
Subs not used
Gray
Beech

Owls
Pressman
Armstrong
Bromby
Burrows
Beswetherick (McLaren)
Quinn
Sibon
Westwood
Geary
Kuqi
Knight
Subs not used
Evans
Soltvedt
Donnelly
Crane


In the New Years Day game at Millmoor the Owls ran out 2-0 winners with Shefki Kuqi breaking the deadlock on sixty-eight minutes and Adam Proudlock getting the second in the dying seconds of the game.
The teams were
Millers
Pollitt
Hurst
Swailes
McIntosh
Bryan
Daws
Warne (Branston)
Sedgwick (Robins)
Mullin (Garner)
Barker
Lee
Subs not used
Gray
Talbot

Owls
Pressman
Crane
Westwood
Monk
Geary
Johnston
Soltvedt
McLaren (Quinn)
Proudlock
Kuqi
Bradbury (Bromby)
Subs not used
Stringer
Morrison
Haslam

The All Time Results between the Owls and the Millers

League - - The Owls have won 16 to the Millers 9 with 5 draws
FA Cup - The only time the teams have met in the FA Cup was in 1934 when the visitors to Millmoor won 3-0
League Cup - The teams have met three times in the League Cup with the Owls winning 2 and Millers winning 1



Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Monday August 11 2008
Time: 9:17PM

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