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RUFC - Ref Watch v Aldershot



RJ Booth from Nottinghamshire

Russell Booth was promoted to the National List of Assistant Referees in 1998 and after just one year, he progressed to the SG of Assistant Referees. In 2004 he reached the National List of Referees and three years later was the Fourth Official at the League Two Play Off Final.

Russell wasn't a good omen for the Millers last season as the two games he was in charge of ended in losses. The first was at Grimsby where we lost 3-0 and had Andy Nicholas and Ian Sharps booked and the second game was the re-arranged match at the Underhill Stadium when Barnet were 2-0 winners.

The men with the flags on Saturday are . . .

PA Davison from Cleveland and
M Dicicco also from Cleveland

The Fourth Official is . . .

J Whiteley from West Yorkshire

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Date:Tuesday October 27 2009

Time: 9:34AM

 

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