Sport

  • No place for new boy Craig

    No place for new boy Craig

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    NEW prop Craig Voisey won’t be in the squad for tonight’s toughie in Nottingham despite Titans’ being forced to ring the changes.The front-rower signed last week from cash-wracked Birmingham and Solihull, having played in 30 of the Bees&r

  • Titans away date switched

    Titans away date switched

    By on Wed 07 Oct 2009

    TITANS' game against Nottingham has been brought forward to this Friday - after the Meadow Lane club were forced off their regular Sunday date.With Notts County having been selected for a Sky TV game against Torquay United, the rugby date had to be changed

  • Millers boss looks at fine-tuning

    Millers boss looks at fine-tuning

    By on Wed 07 Oct 2009

    NEW boss Ronnie Moore notched his first win back in charge of promotion-chasing Rotherham United and then predicted they have the potential to become even better.The Millers twice came from behind to win 3-2 at Crewe on Saturday and re-claim second spot in

  • RONNIE OFF THE WIN MARK

    RONNIE OFF THE WIN MARK

    By on Tue 06 Oct 2009

    RONNIE Moore voiced his delight after scoring his first win on his return as Rotherham United manager on Saturday.The Millers twice came from behind to win 3-2 at Crewe with Kevin Ellison and Adam Le Fondre pulling the scores level before substitute Drewe

  • DIARY DATES

    DIARY DATES

    By on Fri 02 Oct 2009

    OCTOBER Friday,  October 2,   Britcar 500 at Silverstone on the Grand Prix Circuit.Saturday /Sunday, October 3 /4,  Donnington Park: Derby Phoenix Motorcycle Club races. Sunday, October 4, Championship Car Races. A round of the Bri

  • SIXTIES MILLER IS NOSTAGLIA GUEST

    SIXTIES MILLER IS NOSTAGLIA GUEST

    By on Thu 01 Oct 2009

    A MILLER from the 1960s is the guest at next week's meeting of Rotherham United Nostalgia Society.John Shepherd made his Rotherham debut in the last game of the 1965/66 season and went on to make more than 20 league appearances.He'll be talking about his l

  • BMX STARLETS HIT THE HEIGHTS

    BMX STARLETS HIT THE HEIGHTS

    By on Thu 01 Oct 2009

    TWO-WHEELED starlets from Rotherham BMX Club cut a dash at the British Championships—with one youngster in particular taking the eye.Making his national debut after racing only a handful of regional events over the last six months, Callum Wing rode a

  • MOORE PLAYS IT COOL FOR CREWE

    MOORE PLAYS IT COOL FOR CREWE

    By on Thu 01 Oct 2009

    NEW Rotherham United boss Ronnie Moore will resist the temptation to make wholesale changes for tomorrow's trip to Crewe after getting off to a losing start at Northampton.The Millers turned in arguably their worst performance of the season in their 3-1 re

  • BASKETBALL CLUB SEEKS NEW BLOOD

    BASKETBALL CLUB SEEKS NEW BLOOD

    By on Thu 01 Oct 2009

    FANCY having a go at basketball?Then Rotherham Hawks Basketball Club would like to hear from you.They are looking for players for all age groups from 5-14 years.This year the Hawks will be entering teams in the U13s and U15s National League and  young

  • LOSING START FOR RONNIE

    LOSING START FOR RONNIE

    By on Wed 30 Sep 2009

    RONNIE Moore had no complaints after tasting defeat at Northampton Town last night in his first match back in charge of Rotherham United.The 3-1 setback was the Millers' first in eight league games and helped the struggling Cobblers' snap a run of five str

  • SCRAPPAGE SCHEME EXTENDED

    SCRAPPAGE SCHEME EXTENDED

    By on Tue 29 Sep 2009

    THE UK car scrappage scheme has been extended by Lord Mandelson to include an additional 100,000 cars.The move, announced by the Business, Innovation and Skills Secretary at the Labour Party Conference today (Tues 29), already been welcomed by industry chi

  • MOORE'S MILLERS RETURN

    MOORE'S MILLERS RETURN

    By on Fri 25 Sep 2009

    RONNIE Moore is officially back as manager of Rotherham United - and former Millers skipper Jimmy Mullen will be his assistant.The Advertiser can confirm the news after speaking to chief operating officer Paul Douglas.In a dramatic week at the club, 5

  • CYCLING ACE LANDS BIG CONTRACT

    CYCLING ACE LANDS BIG CONTRACT

    By on Thu 17 Sep 2009

    YEARS of hard graft have propelled Russell Downing to a lucrative professional contact and into the big league of cycling.The 31-year-old is one of the first riders to clinch a place on the new British professional cycling outfit Team Sky, created by the T

  • ASTON SNATCH TITLE In LAST-DAY DRAMA

    ASTON SNATCH TITLE In LAST-DAY DRAMA

    By on Thu 17 Sep 2009

    JUBILANT Aston Hall snatched the Division One title on a nervy and dramatic final day—but even though Whiston Parish Church have to settle for second place it still means there will be SEVEN Rotherham teams in the Premier Division next year.The title

  • HARRISON'S WORLD FINAL BID

    HARRISON'S WORLD FINAL BID

    By on Thu 17 Sep 2009

    ROTHERHAM’S Paul Harrison will look to dump the tag of stock car racing’s nearly man in the dirt tomorrow night.Harrison joins fellow Rotherham racers Peter Falding and Mark Gilbank on the World Final grid in front of 10,000 fans at King’

  • THIS IS WHERE IT STARTS: PRESCOTT

    THIS IS WHERE IT STARTS: PRESCOTT

    By on Thu 17 Sep 2009

    STAND-IN skipper Ben Prescott played a heroic role against Plymouth and then said: “Our season starts here.”The Scottish prop put in a terrific shift—as did all the pack—to tear Albion apart at times and was left nursing a swollen e