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Peter Quinn of Cleveland

Peter is no stranger to the Millers this season as he was in the middle for the game against Barnet in September at Don Valley. The game was a three-nil win for the home team with Kevin Ellison, Nicky Law and Adam Le Fondre scoring the goals.
Peter booked Albert Jarrett and Daniel Leach from Barnet.

This is Peter`s first season as a Football League referee and, so far, in his nine games he has shown twenty-four yellow cards and 2 red cards.

Peter will be assisted by

M Bristow of Manchester and
P Davies of Cheshire

The Fourth Official will be

R Bartlett of Cheshire
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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 11 2009

Time: 7:50PM

 

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