Man in the Middle - Huddersfield Town (J.P.T.)

Last updated : 08 November 2010 By Duke

Tony Bates from Staffordshire.

Tony is one of the longest serving referees, he became a National List assistant referee in 1993 and was promoted to The National List of Referees in 1996.

Last season he was in charge of the Millers game at Don Valley against Dagenham & Redbridge.

The Millers were in total command of the first half, with Adam Le Fondre netting twice to take his season's tally to 21 goals. Tom Pope headed over the top after the break, Eliison dragged a shot wide after neat build up play once again involving the improved Law, and Le Fondre could have completed his hat trick as the Millers ran out deserved winners.

This season Tony has refereed 12 Games issuing 32 Yellow and 3 Red cards.

Running the lines will be Alan Parker (Derby) along with Graham Stott (Staffordshire)

The Fourth Official is Peter Davies (Cheshire)