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MOM: Derby & Donny



Well what a difference two games can make, Doncaster was a terrible game with a terrible performance, whilst Derby on the other hand was a real good game and a cracking performance. Both winners of the man of the matches for these games were outright, with very little votes for anyone else in either game.

First up is the drab game that was Doncaster. Paul Rachubka picked up his first MOTM of the season with all the votes bar one, when this particular fan decided to give it to Alan Gow for his brief appearance in the game, that just proves what an awful performance it was.

In total contrast to Saturday's dour showing, Tuesday was a much better performance against Derby. Ben Burgess and David Vaughan picked up a vote each but the clear winner for this one was the player making his first start and that was Alan Gow.

Here is how the leaderboard looks after Gow and Rabs' first wins:

Name Points
Steve Kabba 3
Adam Hammill 2
Ian Evatt 2
Rob Edwards 1
Ben Burgess 1
Shaun Barker 1
Gary Taylor-Fletcher 1
Alan Gow 1
Paul Rachubka 1


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Date:Thursday October 23 2008

Time: 9:49AM

 

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