ROTHERHAM breezed past struggling Stevenage to earn a first win in five League One games and stay two points outside the play-off places.
Ben Pringle opened the scoring on the rebound after Kieran Agard’s header had been saved by keeper Chris Day.
Day made several fine saves to keep it at 1-0 but was taken off injured at the break and replacement Steve Arnold’s error let Claude Davis head a second.
Michael O’Connor’s fine 25-yard strike on the counter-attack sealed victory.
Rotherham manager Steve Evans said: “It was a good performance but nothing has changed as in terms of league action we’ve been playing exceptionally well.
“The performances have been good and today was just the same.
“We have some top players in that dressing room but they work very hard too - they are tired every single morning.
“As long as they keep working that hard they’ll have that habit of winning football matches.”
Full report in Sports Monday.