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RUFC - Ref Watch v The Wombles

RUFC - Ref Watch v The Wombles
Patrick Miller from Bedfordshire

This is Pat's seventh season on the National List of Referee's.

His first game in charge of the Millers was at Millmoor when Bristol City were the visitors. The League One game ended up as a 3-1 for the home side when two goals from Jonathan Forte and one from Paul Shaw gave the Millers a three-nil lead. Cole Skuse scored a consolation for the visitors ten minutes from time. Mr Miller showed just one yellow card that day, to City defender Carey.
Millers team that day
Montgomery
Hurst
S Barker
Robertson
Murdock
Mullin
Keane
McLaren (Shaw)
Quinn
Williamson
Forte

Subs not used - Cutler, Worrell, Gilchrist, Hoskins

The last time Mr Miller was in charge of a Millers game was in November 2006 in the FA Cup game at London Road against Peterborough. The Posh won the game 3-0. That season, he was also in charge of our League One game against Tranmere at Millmoor. An opening goal from Lee Williamson on eighteen minutes was equalled ten minutes later from a certain Kevin Ellison, but, ten minutes after that Will Hoskins scored his fifth goal of the season to give the home side the win. Pablo Mills of the Millers and former Miller, John Mullin, saw yellow that day.

This season, Pat has been in charge of eight games and has shown twenty-two yellow and two red cards.

Running the line for the Millers last game before Christmas will be

Joe Hull from Cheshire
and
Simeon Lucas from Lancashire

The Fourth Official will be

Ken Haycock from West Yorkshire

Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday December 16 2011
Time: 9:34AM

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