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RUFC - Ref Watch v Southend

RUFC - Ref Watch v Southend
Phil Crossley from Kent

Phil came through the Suburban, Isthmian and Panel Leagues before being promoted to the National List of Referee's in 2002 and two years later was in charge of two games involving the Millers.

The first game was at Highfield Road against Coventry City which ended nil-nil with Crossley booking Chris Sedgwick and Robbie Stockdale of the Millers and Louis Carey of Coventry.
The next game was at Millmoor when a Martin McIntosh goal on seventy-seven minutes gave the Millers a win over Leeds United in front of 8,860 when Crossley booked Shaun Barker.

In 2006, Phil was in charge, ironically, of the game at Roots Hall where the Millers lost two-nil. The first goal was scored by ex-Miller, Shaun Goater on twelve minutes and Fredy Eastwood got Southends second on thirty-six minutes.

Teams that day were

Millers
Montgomery
Worrell
S Barker
Murdoch
Hurst
Mullin
Keane (Hoskins)
Williamson
Quinn
Forte
Shaw

Subs not used Cutler, Butler. Monkhouse, Robertson

Southend
Flahavan
Jupp
E Sodje
Prior
Wilson
Bentley
Guttridge (Pettefer)
Maher
Gower (Cole)
Goater (Bradbury)
Eastwood

Subs not used Hunt, Lawson

So far this season, Phil has produced thirty-one yellow cards and two reds in the eleven games he has been in the middle for.

Phil will be assisted by ...
M George from Norfolk
NA Lugg from Surrey


The Fourth Official will be...

O Saliy from Middlesex
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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday October 26 2010
Time: 10:01AM

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