Mariners' sorry start continues

18 August 2009 11:25
But the much-fancied Millers were given a stern test by the team without a point so far this campaign.[LNB]It took a controversial penalty awarded by referee Graham Salisbury to hand the South Yorkshire side the breakthrough after a scrappy first half.[LNB]Grimsby right-back Robbie Stockdale was adjudged to have handled Paul Warne's cross eight minutes after half-time and Adam Le Fondre stepped up to stroke home his first goal for Rotherham from the spot.[LNB]A spirited Grimsby hit back and got on level terms with 64 minutes gone when Peter Sweeney's left-foot shot from 20 yards squirmed past veteran keeper Andy Warrington.[LNB]However, they were only level for three minutes when Rotherham made the most of another soft decision and substitute Micky Cummins scored with a downward header from Nicky Law's free-kick to clinch all three points.[LNB][LNB]

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