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THEY won a cup final at Wembley, competed in Europe, got to the third round of the FA Cup and trained on a field in Rotherham.
By David Beddows on Fri 07 May 2010
ROTHERHAM United chief Ronnie Moore has moved to calm the fears of supporters by insisting he will field a strong side at Hereford United tomorrow.
By Tom Sharpe on Fri 07 May 2010
Skoda Yeti comes in from the cold...to a warm reception
By Paul Rickett on Fri 07 May 2010
NOT a classic by any means, but Central Midlands outfit Phoenix at least finished a turbulent season on a high.
VIRGIN Racing have conducted an inquiry into the problems which have dogged the first four races of the Formula One season.
ANDRE Bester is back at Rotherham Rugby Club
By Paul Rickett on Thu 06 May 2010
BIG Tinus Du Plessis signed off his Clifton Lane career in Saturday’s thumping win at Coventry–but the inflential back rower won’t have much time to sit down and take a breather.
By Paul Rickett on Wed 05 May 2010
ANDRE Bester will today be named new head coach of Rotherham Rugby Club.
By David Beddows on Tue 04 May 2010
SKIPPER Ian Sharps reckons Rotherhan United can go into the League Two play-offs with confidence after their fourth consecutive shut-out on Saturday.
By David Beddows on Fri 30 Apr 2010
A YOUNG Millers player has netted a national award.
ROTHERHAM United are sweating on the fitness of goalkeeper Andy Warrington for tomorrow's home clash against Crewe Alexandra.
By Paul Rickett on Fri 30 Apr 2010
ROTHERHAM’S oldest surving junior club will look to lift the town’s oldest trophy when Monday’s Charity Cup Final is fought out.
BATTLING James Toseland put in his best shift of the season by taking a double podium in Assen—despite more niggles with his Yamaha bike.
AMBITIOUS Rotherham Giants kick off their new Rugby League Conference season tomorrow—and club chairman Chris Bell reckons it’ll be one of the toughest challenges the club has faced.
By Paul Rickett on Thu 29 Apr 2010
A BUCKET collection will be held at the Millers v Crewe match at Don Valley Stadium on Saturday in aid of the planned new memorial dedicated to the memory of the 17th Middlesex Battalion—The Footballers' Battalion.
By Tom Sharpe on Thu 29 Apr 2010
Nissan's GT-R has a licence to thrill...those who drive it have one to lose
By Paul Rickett on Wed 28 Apr 2010
PREMIER Division aspirants Rotherham Town got off to a winning start in a close South Yorkshire League contest against Mexborough at Clifton Lane.