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Rotherham 0 Blackburn 1: Player ratings

Rotherham's home campaign ended in defeat as they lost for the first time since February 23 at the hands of Blackburn.

Shane Duffy scored the early goal for Rovers and the Millers were unable to claw back the deficit, losing at New York Stadium for the first time under Neil Warnock.

Here's how the players rated and the chance to add your own.

Lee Camp 8 – Just hours before he is likely to sweep the board at the end-of-season awards, the Millers goalkeeper showed why with another performances decorated with important saves.

Stephen Kelly 7 – Kelly's brilliant unbeaten run in a Miller shirt finally came to an end, though he had a solid game.

Kirk Broadfoot 7 – Struggled in the first half against Danny Graham but composed himself to marshall the troops well.

Richard Wood 6 – Also struggled against a fluid Blackburn attack, with Graham causing him particular trouble.

Joe Mattock 6 – Left the field early for the second successive match after being up a knock. Had previously been solid.

Greg Halford 7 – Continuing to revel in his defensive midfield role, Halford was influential in everything the Millers did.

Grant Ward 7 – Involved in most of Rotherham's most dangerous moments, but still let down by his decision-making.

Lee Frecklington 6 – An off-day for the midfielder, who struggled to make an impact on the game. We can forgive him.

Richie Smallwood 7 – Smallwood was back to his best here and in addition to his defensive work, was Rotherham's most creative player.

Matt Derbyshire 6 – Desperate to do well against his boyhood club, Derbyshire could not offer much, though did work hard.

Leon Best 5 – A day to forgot for Best who toiled against a strong and powerful Blackburn defence and it's best not to talk too much about his shocking first-half miss.

Frazer Richardson 7 – Came on for the injured Mattock and produced a solid display, offering plenty in attack.

Jerome Thomas 6 – Had plenty of the ball and got crosses in the box but they amounted to nothing.

Danny Ward 6 – Made little impact when he came on.

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