Sport

  • Bad night for lacklustre Millers

    Bad night for lacklustre Millers

    By on Wed 02 Dec 2009

    ROTHERHAM United's three-match winning league run was halted at Shrewsbury Town last night.A goal in each half from Waide Fairhurst and Jamie Devitt gave the home side a 2-0 victory against a Millers side who were below par throughout.Goalkeeper Andy Warri

  • Manor confirm Virgin backing

    Manor confirm Virgin backing

    By on Tue 01 Dec 2009

    DINNINGTON'S Manor GP will today be rebranded as Virgin Racing as one of four new teams in Formula 1 next season. The news was confirmed by motor sport's world governing body, the FIA, when they announced the 2010 F1 entry list yesterdayManor bos

  • Mistakes hurt us, says Titans coach

    Mistakes hurt us, says Titans coach

    By on Mon 30 Nov 2009

    TITANS coach Craig West says his side will bounce back from Friday's defeat at Ayr when they face Plymouth this weekend.The Clifton Lane men went down 28-13 at Millbrae, having a Ben Coulbeck try and  two penalties and a conversion from Mike Whitehead

  • FA Cup draw unkind to Millers

    FA Cup draw unkind to Millers

    By on Mon 30 Nov 2009

    ROTHERHAM United are going to have to do it the hard way if they are to have some long overdue glory in the FA Cup.The Millers must negotiate a tricky second-round replay at Luton Town tomorrow week after being held 2-2 by the Blue Square Premier outfit at

  • Motorists being 'milked' over parking fines

    Motorists being 'milked' over parking fines

    By on Thu 26 Nov 2009

    PARKING fines have become a cash cow for Britain’s councils, which raked in more than £328 million last year.Now Town Halls have been accused of cashing in on the motorist as parking tickets become a “massive money-making industry.”

  • Now it's Dr James Toseland

    Now it's Dr James Toseland

    By on Thu 26 Nov 2009

    SUPERBIKE star James Toseland this week laid claim to Valentino Rossi’s title. But even though it won’t be on track, the 29-year-old from Kiveton can now officially be called doctor—world champion Rossi’s nickname—after r

  • Alf's not for sale says Ronnie Moore: VOTE

    Alf's not for sale says Ronnie Moore: VOTE

    By on Thu 26 Nov 2009

    ROTHERHAM have fired a warning to clubs who have targeted livewire striker Adam Le Fondre, saying: “He’s going nowhere!” And he won’t be allowed to move—under Football League regulations—even if a lucrative offer wa

  • It won’t be a stroll, Moore warns Millers

    It won’t be a stroll, Moore warns Millers

    By on Thu 26 Nov 2009

    RONNIE Moore has warned his side not to expect an easy ticket into the FA Cup third round tomorrow.Blue Square outfit Luton Town come to Don Valley and Moore is acutely aware of the difficulty of a tie against a side who have plenty to prove after being du

  • Manor in a spin

    Manor in a spin

    By on Thu 26 Nov 2009

    WITH Manor Motorsport finalising their plans for next year’s Formula One campaign, the on-track action switched to South-East Asia where the Dinnington team went close to claiming a top-six finish in the Macau F3 Grand Prix.Manor's Robert Merhi chall

  • Curtis eyes  title target

    Curtis eyes title target

    By on Thu 26 Nov 2009

    CURTIS Woodhouse will look to take another step towards a title bout when he fights in Hull tonight.Woodhouse, fighting out of Dave Coldwell’s Rotherham gym, takes on West Bromwich’s Dean Hickman at the KC Stadium and is confident of claiming a

  • BREAKING NEWS...Moore misses out on son Ian

    BREAKING NEWS...Moore misses out on son Ian

    By on Thu 26 Nov 2009

    ROTHERHAM United boss Ronnie Moore has failed in an 11th hour bid to bring son Ian in from Tranmere Rovers.The Millers' boss spent yesterday trying to sign a new striker to complement 14-goal Adam Le Fondre up front, but had to admit defeat before the loan

  • Whitehead back at fly half

    Whitehead back at fly half

    By on Thu 26 Nov 2009

    TITANS will switch Mike Whitehead to fly half as they chase more British and Irish Cup points at Ayr tomorrow.Whitehead reverts from full back, where Ben Couldbeck keeps his place following last week's 52-10 win over Birmingham and Solihull. Rotherham know

  • Alf''s brought down to earth

    Alf''s brought down to earth

    By on Thu 26 Nov 2009

    NEW boy Adam Rundle has revealed the dressing room banter which brought star man Adam Le Fondre down to earth after Tuesday's spectacular performance against Lincoln.Le Fondre hit two of the best goals seen at Don Valley but missed out on a first-ever seni

  • Drivers warned over drink and drugs

    Drivers warned over drink and drugs

    By on Wed 25 Nov 2009

    NATIONAL Road Safety Week is underway with a message that drink and drugs drive up the number of casualties and road deaths. Road safety charity Brake is urging individuals to steer well clear of their cars if they are under the influence—whethe

  • Moore praises Le Fondre double whammy

    Moore praises Le Fondre double whammy

    By on Wed 25 Nov 2009

    RONNIE Moore was quick to praise hit-man Adam Le Fondre after Rotherham United climbed into the automatic promotion rankings with Tuesday's 2-0 win over Lincoln City.Le Fondre scored two stunners, one in each half, to light up an awful night at Don Valley

  • Rundle poised for debut

    Rundle poised for debut

    By on Tue 24 Nov 2009

    NEW signing Adam Rundle will go straight into Ronnie Moore's squad for tonight's League Two game against Lincoln City at Don Valley.And the Rochdale winger has revealed how best mate Adam Le Fondre helped talk him into signing the deal.The 25 year old join