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RUFC - Ref Watch v Oxford



Oliver Langford from the West Midlands

Oliver was an Assistant Referee for three years before progressing to the Referee's List in 2008.

Oliver was last in charge of a Millers game on 30th December last year which ended in a one-nil loss against Cheltenham at Whaddon Road. The game was decided as early as the tenth minute when a Dale Tonge challenge got the ball from Bagasan Graham only for it to fall to Marlon Pack who hit a cracking shot from twenty-five yards leaving Conrad Logan no chance. That day yellow cards were shown to Millers Dale Tonge, Michael Raynes and Danny Harrison and Russell Penn of the Robins.

Oliver has been in charge of a few Millers games, the first one being in 2008 at Gigg Lane Reuben Reid put the Millers in front on two minutes followed by a Drewe Broughton goal nine minutes later. On the half-hour mark, Paul Scott scored for the home team but the Millers hung on for all three points. Pablo Mills and Richie Barker were booked.

So far this season, Oliver has been in charge of thirty-two games, giving out eighty-five yellow cards and eight red cards.

Running the line on Saturday will be

Gary Evetts from Hertfordshire
and
David Woolford from Hampshire

The Fourth Official will be

Rob Whitton from Essex
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Date:Thursday March 15 2012

Time: 10:58PM

 

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