Robert Gledhill

Deputy sports editor, The Yorkshire Post and Johnston Press Yorkshire

Travel: Why there is more to Warwickshire than Stratford-upon-Avon

Warwickshire may be Shakespeare county, but it has more to offer visitors on a weekend break to the heart of England than just the Bard, as Robert Gledhill discovered.

Late drama: Rotherham's Joe Newell fires home the last-kick penalty to secure victory against Doncaster.

Highlights: Rotherham United’s Newell stays cool to sink Doncaster Rovers

Rotherham United’s hero Joe Newell revealed he had never taken a penalty in his professional career after his last-kick clincher in the South Yorkshire derby.

Rotherham v Doncaster

Rotherham United 2 Doncaster Rovers 1: Newell grabs late, late derby winner - Plus reaction

JOE NEWELL scored a dramatic winning penalty in the 13th minute of stoppage time as Rotherham United made it seven wins in a row.

Rotherham United
Baxck in action: Doncaster Rovers' Alex Kiwomya.

Verdict: Andy Kiwomya’s uplifting comeback helps Doncaster Rovers out of a hole against Fleetwood

FOOTBALL got a good news story to celebrate after a week in which a 26-year-old England player was forced to quit the game.

The hole at the Keepmoat Stadium.

Doncaster Rovers 3 Fleetwood Town 0: We were dominant, reflects Ferguson

BURNLEY loanee defender Tom Anderson struck twice and recalled striker Alex Kiwomya, who once had a spell at Fleetwood, got the other to give Doncaster their first win of 2018 and ease fears of becoming embroiled in a relegation battle.

Doncaster Rovers
Marching orders: Gaetano Berardi is sent off. Picture: Bruce Rollinson

The Verdict: Leeds United 1 Cardiff 4 - Christiansen pays with his job as Warnock returns in triumph

LEEDS UNITED head coach Thomas Christiansen knew his job was on the line after the Elland Road faithful turned on him.


Video - Leeds United 1 Cardiff City 4: Berardi should have been more intelligent, rues Christiansen

Leeds United were reduced to 10 men for the fourth time in five games as Cardiff City delivered another blow to their play-off bid with a crushing win at Elland Road.

Leeds United 1
Heading in: Huddersfield Town's Steve Mounie scores his side's goal against Birmingham City in the FA Cup.

The Verdict (video): Laurent Depoitre aims to set new benchmark as Huddersfield Town face Liverpool

LAURENT DEPOITRE hopes lightning will strike twice for him tomorrow night.

Birmingham City's Carl Jenkinson (left) and Huddersfield Town's Chris Lowe battle for the ball during the Emirates FA Cup, fourth round match at the John Smith's Stadium.

Huddersfield Town 1 Birmingham City 1: Errors prove costly for Terriers, says Wagner

HUDDERSFIELD's record signing Steve Mounie helped Town book their place in Monday night's fifth round draw though his goal was not enough to take them through.

Huddersfield Town
Late joy: Rotherham's Joe Mattock celebrates after scoring the last-minute winner.

Big-match verdict, Rotherham v Portsmouth: Joe Mattock back on track as Millers eye play-offs

JOE MATTOCK clearly remembers all his goals – because he does not score many.

WINNER: Rotherham's Joe Mattock. Picture: Marie Caley

Rotherham United 1 Portsmouth 0: Joe Mattock grabs late winner for Millers

KENNY JACKETT made an unhappy return to the New York Stadium for this encounter between two sides bidding to break into the play-off places.

Rotherham United
No goal: .'Hull's Jon Toral pleads with the referee after his first-half strike was disallowed.'Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe

The Verdict: Hull City strikers backed to get back on goal trail

BONFIRES were being built the last time Hull City were out of the Championship’s bottom six and it is going to take a few fireworks to prevent a second successive relegation.

GET IN: Rajiv van la Parra opened the scoring for Town against Bolton at the Macron Stadium. Pictures: Bruce Rollinson

The Verdict (highlights) – Kongolo impresses as Huddersfield Town progress at expense of Bolton

FIVE games in 15 days have left players and fans alike with little time to draw breath.

Rajiv Van La Parra celebrates scoring  the Terriers opening goal.

Bolton 1 Huddersfield Town 2: Rival managers split on ‘leg-breaker’ challenge

TWO quickfire goals soon after the break helped Huddersfield into the fourth round at the Macron Stadium.

Huddersfield Town
On the up: Striker Nouha Dicko scored a cracking goal for Hull as they looked to climb away from trouble, and even though they were pegged back by Fulham, the striker believes they will survive. (Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe)

Nouha Dicko confident Hull City can escape trouble as Adkins sets his target

HULL City fans hailed the return of two strikers from injury but it was a third who believes he can go on to score the goals to prevent a second successive relegation.

Hull City
Beaten: Bradford goalkeeper Colin Doyle is dejected as Jake Jervis turns to celebrate Plymouth's winner.''Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Big-match verdict: Bradford 0 Plymouth 1- City hit the road aiming to atone

VALLEY Parade was a fortress for Bradford City last season yet it was not enough to secure an automatic promotion place.

Bradford v Plymouth

Bradford City 0 Plymouth 1: First goal was crucial, admits McCall

TONY MCMAHON returned from suspension only to have a 78th-minute penalty saved as third-placed Bradford City fell to a fourth home defeat against bottom of the table Plymouth at Valley Parade.
Bradford City
Rotherham's Kieffer Moore: Could be returning to Ipswich.

Paul Warne seeks talks over future of Millers top scorer Kieffer Moore

ROTHERHAM United fear they could lose their top-scorer in the New Year and manager Paul Warnes knows there is nothing they can do about it.

On target: Rotherham's Keiffer Moore scores to make it 2-1.''Picture: Dean Atkins

Verdict: Rotherham United first team must wait on chance for redemption after dismal Gills defeat

CUP football will get in the way of Rotherham United trying to right a few wrongs after they failed to make it six successive home league wins for the first time in 15 years – a promotion campaign.

Rotherham United 1 Gillingham 3

Rotherham United 1 Gillingham 3: 'Hugely disappointed' Paul Warne infuriated by Millers lack of spark

ROTHERHAM gave a disjointed display and failed to make it six home league wins in succession as they fell to the struggling Gills at the New York Stadium.
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