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RUFC - Ref Watch v Accrington



GJ Sutton from Lincolnshire

Gary says the highlight of his career so far was when he ran the line for the Division 2 Play Off Final between Bristol City and Brighton in 2002. He has also selected by the Professional Games Match Official Board to referee in the Dallas Cup. He spent most of last season reffing games in the Conference.

Gary was in charge of our game, in August, against Rochdale at Don Valley, when most of the game was overshadowed by the state of the pitch after U2 had played a concert there a few days before. The game ended in a 2-1 win for the Millers with Adam Le Fondre and Paul Warne getting the Millers` goals and Chris Dagnall scoring for Dale.

In the twelve games he has been in charge of this season, Gary has given out twenty-seven yellow and three red cards.

The men with the flags will be

P Dermott from Cheshire and
B Gordon from Co Durham

The Fourth Official will be

N Greenhaigh from Lancashire
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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 12 2010

Time: 6:20PM

 

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