Date: 30th April 2009 at 2:58pm
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The Man in charge of our last game of the season on Saturday is …

Paul Taylor from Hertfordshire

Paul is the most senior match official, having been a Football League linesman from 1986 – 1990 when he joined the National List of Referees. In his career he has been in the middle for an FA Sunday Cup Final in 2006, the League Two Play-Off Final in the same year and an International game between Nigeria and Venezuela.

The last time Paul was in charge of a Millers game was in January 2007 when we lost 3-2 to Doncaster Rovers at the Keepmoat stadium. Richie Partridge put the Millers one up on the tenth minute but Paul Heffernan equalised two minutes later. Graeme Lee and another from Heffernan made it three-one to Rovers and Martin Woods got a consolation for the Millers. Paul showed yellow cards to Stephen Brogan and Toumani Diagouraga.

So far this season, Paul has shown 127 yellow cards and 11 red cards in 35 games

The assistants will be

D Mohareb from Cheshire
B Roberts from Lancashire

The Fourth Official is

O Langford

 

3 Replies to “RUFC – Ref Watch v Exeter”

  • RFC favourites for a return up the leagues next season, well done for not collapsing under the points deduction.

  • Oh what a game that was, Martin Woods may have got you a consolation but it was a screamer!

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