Date: 15th September 2010 at 9:23pm
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Andy Woolmer will be the man in charge of the eagerly anticipated Yorkshire derby between Doncaster Rovers and Leeds United on Friday night.

The Northamptonshire official is in his sixth season on the National list as a referee.

The 40-year-old postman as also spent three seasons as an assistant referee in the Premiership.

The last game he took charge of was the Southampton v Rochdale clash at St Mary`s on September 4th.

In all he has taken charge of five games this season showing 11 yellow cards and he`s yet to show a red.

Amazingly, the 11 yellow cards came in just two of the five games.

In his six seasons on the national list he`s taken charge of Doncaster on six occasions with them winning two, drawing three and losing one.

He`s taken charge of Leeds on just three occasions with them winning all three games.

Referee: K. A Woolmer
Assistants: G. Hilton & J. R Tyas
Fourth official: M. Haywood



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