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RUFC - Ref Watch v Bury
CHRISTOPHER SARGINSON from Staffordshire

Chris has been on the National List of Referee since 2008 with his first game being Morecambe v Rotherham in the August at Christie Park. Mark Lynch and Ryan Taylor put the Millers two-up before half-time with Neil Wainwright halving the deficit for the Shrimps on seventy-seven minutes. A second goal from Lynch on the stroke of full-time gave the Millers all three points.

The last time Chris was in charge of a Rotherham game was in the Capital One Cup in August 2015. The Millers beat Cambridge at the New York Stadium with the only goal of the game coming on the stroke of half-time from Jordan Bowery. The only yellow card of the evening went to Richie Smallwood.

Chris has been in charge of a few Millers games over the years the last one in the League being at the New York Stadium against Peterborough in September 2013. The game was the Millers first loss of the season with the only goal of the afternoon coming from the penalty spot after Kari Arnason jumped with his arms aloft and the ball hit his arm and Mr Sarginson immediately pointed for a penalty. Grant McCann took the spot-kick and sending Scott Shearer the wrong way put the ball into the back of the net. Arnason, Lee Frecklington, Rob Milsom and Ben Pringle were booked on the day.

The season before Chris was in the middle of our Tuesday night game at The Crown Ground when Accrington went ahead on two minutes when Dean Winnard opened the scoring. Three minutes later Daniel Nardiello equalised and three minutes into the second half he scored again giving the Millers all three points.

The 2011/12 season saw Chris and the Millers meet three times. October at Don Valley saw a one-all draw with Shrewsbury (Lewis Grabban for the Millers with Shane Cansdell-Sherriff getting an equaliser), our three-two win away at Hereford two months later (Johnny Mullins and Alex Revell put the visitors two-up but Yoann Arquin and former Miller Delroy Facey made it two-all going into half-time. Johnny Mullins got his second and the Millers third on the sixty-fifth minute) and he was at Don Valley again in March for our one-all draw with Crewe (Harry Davies put the visitors in front from the penalty spot and Lewis Grabban made sure of a point in the second half).

Our Friday night game away at Lincoln in March 2011 saw the Millers without a Manager as Ronnie Moore had been sacked at the beginning of the week. It also saw our biggest win for some years with an Ian Thomas-Moore hat-trick and goals from Danny Harrison, Ryan Taylor and Jason Taylor giving the Millers a six-nil win. Lincoln`s Pat Kanyuka was given a red card.

Our three-one win away at Macclesfield the season before saw Chris in the middle. Adam Le Fondre and Tom Pope put the Millers two in front with Mathew Tipton pulling one back before half-time. Three minutes from time Danny Harrison scored to make sure of all three points.

This season Chris has been in charge of six games and has shown seventeen yellow cards and two red cards

Running the line at the New York Stadium will be . . . .
Helen Byrne from Durham
and
Ravel Cheosiaua from Worcestershire

The Fourth Official will be . . . .
Declan Ford from Lincolnshire

Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday September 7 2017
Time: 8:43AM

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