Sport

  • Bees glad to be heading for Clifton Lane

    Bees glad to be heading for Clifton Lane

    By on Thu 19 Nov 2009

    JUST a few weeks ago it looked unlikely that Birmingham Bees would be able to fulfil tomorrow’s Clifton Lane date in the new British and Irish Cup.The Sharmans Cross Road outfit were on the brink of collapse with a near six-figure sum owed to the Inl

  • Midfielder signs for Millers

    Midfielder signs for Millers

    By on Wed 18 Nov 2009

    MIDFIELDER Gary Roberts has joined Rotherham United on a one-month contract.The former Crewe and Yeovil player signed today after successfully completing a medical earlier in the week. There is an option to extend the deal.Roberts (22) has been a free agen

  • Titans ring changes for cup clash

    Titans ring changes for cup clash

    By on Wed 18 Nov 2009

    TITANS have rung the changes for Saturday’s British and Irish Cup opener at home to Birmingham. Only three of the side which started against Doncaster will play: Gregor Hayter, Sam Dickinson and Jonny West. The incoming players are  from th

  • Manor make first signing

    Manor make first signing

    By on Tue 17 Nov 2009

    FORMULA One newcomers Manor Motorsport have landed their first driver. German ace Timo Glock has signed a two-year deal with the Dinnington-based team with the option for another season.He parted company with Japanese company Toyota after their withdrawal

  • Millers hope to land Roberts

    Millers hope to land Roberts

    By on Tue 17 Nov 2009

    ROTHERHAM United expect to confirm the signing of midfielder Gary Roberts today.The 22-year-old, released by Yeovil in the summer, has been training with the Millers and had an encouraging run-out for the reserves next week. The gifted play-maker is t

  • MILLERS' LATE SHOW DELIGHTS RONNIE

    MILLERS' LATE SHOW DELIGHTS RONNIE

    By on Mon 16 Nov 2009

    MANAGER Ronnie Moore was full of praise for the Millers after they grabbed a late winner to sink ten-man Port Vale on Saturday.Nicky Law struck in the second minute of injury time to seal a 2-1 and a first win in five league games. Vale were forced to play

  • Titans' delight after derby win

    Titans' delight after derby win

    By on Mon 16 Nov 2009

    TITANS' skipper Mike Whitehead lauded praise on his side after Saturday's impressive 11-7 win over arch rivals Doncaster.The Knights had won the previous seven games between the sides and were hot favourites to take the points after winning four Championsh

  • Rotherham aces on sports shortlist

    Rotherham aces on sports shortlist

    By on Fri 13 Nov 2009

    SUPER sports from Rotherham have another chance to pick up awards on Wednesday night.After the success of the recent Rotherham event, several locals are in contention for honours at South Yorkshire Sports Awards at the English Institute of Sport.Sailo

  • Ronnie's loan offer falls flat

    Ronnie's loan offer falls flat

    By on Fri 13 Nov 2009

    RONNIE Moore's invitation to clubs to take his players on loan has so far drawn a blank.The new boss wants to move players out so be can bring in better quality replacements to reinforce Rotherham United's promotion push.While delighted at the size of the

  • Harris eye Superbikes spot

    Harris eye Superbikes spot

    By on Fri 13 Nov 2009

    RACER Karl Harris is a strong bet to be back in British Superbikes next season, despite one of the worst seasons of his career.The Aston rider has been in talks with several teams and says he’s “amost certain” to be back in BSB in 2010 de

  • Chivers warning to Doncaster Knights

    Chivers warning to Doncaster Knights

    By on Fri 13 Nov 2009

    LIVEWIRE scrum half Neil Chivers has fired a warning to arch rivals Doncaster, as the Knights head for Clifton Lane.Titans have lost their last seven games against the Castle Park club. The only time Rotherham have beaten them in league combat was a 25-19

  • Batty blow for Titans

    Batty blow for Titans

    By on Fri 13 Nov 2009

    TITANS will be without influential hooker Ross Batty for tomorrow’s crunch home derby with Doncaster Knights.The former Newcastle Falcon, who has been one of Rotherham’s key men this year, suffered ankle ligament damage in Saturday’s 31-2

  • Warne's relief at Wealdstone win

    Warne's relief at Wealdstone win

    By on Wed 11 Nov 2009

    MILLERS striker Paul Warne says the Millers’ FA Cup win at Wealdstone should not be underestimated. The Ryman League minnows twice came from two goals down to push Ronnie Moore's side all the way as Sunday's first-round tie match ended 3-2.Warne

  • Get it right, says West

    Get it right, says West

    By on Tue 10 Nov 2009

    TITANS coach Craig West says Rotherham have got to find a killer instinct as they prepare for Saturday’s derby against arch rivals Doncaster.West was left frustrated after watching his side blow a 20-6 lead to lose 31-27 at Moseley on Saturday.It was

  • Millers triumph over hoodoo

    Millers triumph over hoodoo

    By on Mon 09 Nov 2009

    THE Millers dug deep to beat non-league Wealdstone on Saturday and end a seven-year FA Cup hoodoo.The 3-2 win in north London was Rotherham's first victory in the competition in 12 attempts dating back to 2002, when Southampton were beaten at Millmoor.Goal

  • Half-term soccer camp award winners- PICTURE SLIDESHOW

    Half-term soccer camp award winners- PICTURE SLIDESHOW

    By on Thu 05 Nov 2009

    Youngsters who attended an October half-term soccer camp at Aurora, Brinsworth, organised by Rotherham United Community Sports Trust received their prizes last Friday. Millers player Andy Nicholas handed over the prizes