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  • 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  

  • Doyle off the mark

    Doyle off the mark

    By on Thu 05 Nov 2009

    FIGHTER Ray Doyle has claimed his first pro win since returning to the ring.The 28-year-old drew with Craig Tomes in September in his first bout since coming out of retirement and linking up with Stefy Bull’s gym in Mexborough.And he carded a clear p

  • Millers must take the jeers, says Ellison

    Millers must take the jeers, says Ellison

    By on Thu 05 Nov 2009

    MIDFIELDER Kevin Ellison says the Rotherham players can have no complaints with the stick they're getting over their current form.Ronnie Moore's men trooped off to a chorus of jeers from the Don Valley faithful after Saturday's dire draw with Aldershot.It

  • Eagle back at Parkgate

    Eagle back at Parkgate

    By on Thu 05 Nov 2009

    PARKGATE have parted company with manager Sean Hutchinson—with former boss Russ Eagle back at the helm.Hutchinson handed in his notice after Saturday’s 8-3 thumping at Hall Road Rangers, a third defeat in four games which has seen the club slid

  • Tigers' stars aid youngsters

    Tigers' stars aid youngsters

    By on Thu 05 Nov 2009

    SPEEDWAY stars Josh Auty and Paul Cooper have a new band of fans after doing their bit for poorly children in South Yorkshire.The Sheffield Tigers’ aces popped in to the Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice at North Anston to spend time with the yo

  • Titans' key men get international calls

    Titans' key men get international calls

    By on Thu 05 Nov 2009

    TITANS are to lose two key players to international commitments—but the good news is that injured men will return to step into the breach.Tinus Du Plessis’ departure this week to join the Namibian squad will be followed by Adam Kleeberger linki

  • Millers' 18-month search for stadium site ends

    Millers' 18-month search for stadium site ends

    By on Thu 05 Nov 2009

    ROTHERHAM United have finally settled on a site for a new stadium after a painstaking 18-month search.The privately owned piece of land, covering 15 acres, "ticks all the boxes," according to chairman Tony Stewart Speaking to the Advertiser last

  • Players can compete at top level: Maggs

    Players can compete at top level: Maggs

    By on Thu 05 Nov 2009

    NEW player-coach Kevin Maggs says Rotherham Titans have players who can compete at Premiership level.The 35-year-old signed in at Clifton Lane this week and trained with the squad ahead of Saturday's prickly trip to Moseley.Maggs wasn't at last week's trem

  • Ronnie looks to cup to boost Millers

    Ronnie looks to cup to boost Millers

    By on Wed 04 Nov 2009

    ROTHERHAM United manager Ronnie Moore seeks an FA Cup tonic for his team's faltering league form when they take on non-league Wealdstone on Sunday.The Millers were booed off by disgruntled supporters at Don Valley Stadium at the weekend after playing out a

  • Maggs signs in at Lane

    Maggs signs in at Lane

    By on Tue 03 Nov 2009

    FORMER International Kevin Maggs has kicked off his coaching career at Rotherham Titans - but head coach Craig West says he won't drop straight into playing action.Maggs, who spent an influential two months at Titans last season, has returned to the club -

  • West delight after Titans' win

    West delight after Titans' win

    By on Mon 02 Nov 2009

    COACH Craig West praised his Rotherham Titans side after Saturday's 29-20 win over Cornish Pirates at Clifton Lane.Titans had to be at their best to overcome the powerhouse full-time Camborne side, especially in a battling second half as the irates despera