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RUFC - Ref Watch v Morecambe
David Webb from County Durham

This is David's fourth season on the National List of Referees and his first game in charge of the Millers was in August 2008 at Don Valley when Chester City were the visitors. Ian Sharps and Reuben Reid put the Millers two up with a certain Kevin Ellison pulling one back for the Blues. On the twenty-seventh minute Alex Rhodes made it three-one to give the Millers all three points. Booked that day was the Millers' Jamie Yates and City's James Vaughan.

The last time David was at Don Valley was last season when Bury were in town. The game ended nil-nil with yellow cards shown to Ian Thomas-Moore of the Millers and the visitors Phil Picken, Efe Sodje, Ryan Lowe and former Miller David Worrall.

David was in charge of our game, earlier this season at the Crown Ground where Ryan Cresswell put the Millers in the lead on thirty-eight minutes but seven minutes from time Accrington's Sean Hessey equalised to share the points. Hessey and Danny Schofield saw yellow cards that day.

This season David has been in charge of thirty-six games and shown a whopping one hundred and seven yellow cards and six red cards.

Running the line on Saturday at Don Valley will be

Stephen Artis from Norfolk
and
Geoff Law from Leicestershire

The Fourth Official will be

Paul Graham from Manchester

Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday April 19 2012
Time: 9:09AM

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