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Injury mars Millers victory
 Women's Football News 19 Sep 2013
Millers Ladies' 2-1 win over Sheffield Wednesday in the North East League was overshadowed by a bad injury to Wednesday keeper Emily Darwin. 
Bradie Wild (pen) and Chelsea Kitchen netted for Millers, Emily Higgins replying for Wednesday with all three goals in the first half.
Shortly after the interval Darwin was involved in a collision with Kitchen and fell badly. Yorkshire Air Ambulance, who were being filmed for a feature, were in the area and airlifted Darwin to Rotherham General Hospital.
Darwin left with her neck in a brace and severe loss of movement in her right leg. Fortunately her condition improved to the extent that she was allowed home - albeit to rest and take it steady - on Wednesday. Her condition was diagnosed as spinal shock, the same as suffered by England Rugby star Johnny Wilkinson.

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