Date: 9th April 2009 at 12:22pm
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Two goals by veteran Paul Furlong stopped the Millers equalling a consecutive club record of away wins this evening at Underhill.

The Millers were the better team in the first half although it was John O’Flynn for the home side who had a first shot at goal, though it went well wide. The Millers first chance was on thirteen minutes when Mark Burchill found himself in space, turned and shot but his effort went just wide. A minute later Jake Cole got down to easily save from Reuben Reid who shot from twenty yards out. Drewe Broughton was next to have a go, when, with his back to goal, he turned and shot but the ball went wide. Andy Warrington then made a wonderful save from O’Flynn after the striker headed a cross from Albert Adomah towards goal and just before half time, Neal Bishop went on a long run and only some quick thinking and good tackling from Nick Fenton stopped him from shooting towards the net.

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