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Dean Whitestone from Northamptonshire

Dean began his refereeing career in the United Counties and Southern Leagues and in 2001 reached the National List of Referees. Midway through the 2005/6 season Dean was promoted to the Referees' List.

Dean was in the middle for our game at the Northern Echo Arena in February 2010 when the Millers travelled to Darlington. The Quakers got their second win over the Millers in a month when goals from Tadgh Purcell and Gareth Waite gave the bottom team in League Two all three points. After the game Millers Manager Ronnie Moore said it was the most embarrassed he'd ever been as a manager.


This season Dean has been in charge of seven games and has shown twenty yellow cards and one red card


Running the line at Underhill on Saturday will be

Matt Foley from London
and
Matthew Buonassisi from Northamptonshire

The Fourth Official will be

Nicholas Cooper from Suffolk
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Date:Thursday September 20 2012

Time: 8:35AM

 

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