Military medics from the famous military field hospital in Afghanistan paraded through York today before being presented with medals as they were welcomed home to the UK.
Rotherham Manager Steve Evans slammed his players after their 1-0 defeat to Birmingham in the Championship.
Evans believed the performance was not good enough for the Championship and had no praise for any of his players.
"It looked like two poor teams out there," said Evans.
"I think it was the poorest performance from us that I can remember for a while. If that's our performance levels it's not going to be good enough for this league that's for sure.
"We look at ourselves and it was disjointed. The central defensive pairing have been a rock to what we have achieved in the last couple of years but today it looked today that neither of them had ever played football.
"We will go back on the training ground tomorrow and work hard and if people think we are going to give up what we fought for last year then there is no chance of this."
Evans said that some players would be "disgusted" with their showing.
He added: "We have got very honest staff and there are some individuals there who would be disgusted by their performance because they are normally very good for us.
"We will analyse some of it, train and get ready for next week. That's all we can do."
An elderly female was treated for smoke inhalation and two properties had to be evacuated after a blaze last night in Liversedge.
The fire started in an outbuilding in Fairfield Court yesterday evening but spread to an adjacent property. Fire crews from Cleckheaton and Dewsbury tackled the blaze. Two nearby properties were evacuated due to a suspected gas leak.
A bathroom manufacturer has announced plans to shut a factory in West Yorkshire with the lose of 74 jobs.
Ideal Standard says it is restructuring its production base and is now formally consulting with staff and unions at the Otley site to close within 12 months.
The company, which makes plastic mouldings for bathrooms in Otley, says "it is a necessary step to safeguard future competitiveness."
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have signed Australian halfback Jacob Miller on a one-year deal.
22-year-old Miller was released by Hull FC earlier this monthand has now been snapped up by their Super League rivals for their 2015 campaign.
He made 20 appearances for the Black and Whites and is now hoping to prove himself with the Wildcats.
"Wakefield have given me a great opportunity to rediscover my best form and this is a challenge I'm eager to fulfil," said Miller, who moved to England following his release by Wests Tigers last year.
Head coach James Webster added: "Jacob's signing allows us to have greater depth and competition in the halves.
“He is similar to many players that have signed for Wakefield in that he is a young player with a point to prove and a burning desire to cement a spot in the team."
Sheffield United fans have been at a home game for the first time since the Ched Evans controversy.
A number of supporters this afternoon called for the club to now move on.
Yesterday Friday November 21, 2014, Blades bosses reacted angrily after being forced into a u-turn following the public outcry.
Kate Hemingway reports.
Huddersfield Town v Sheffield Wednesday
Blackburn Rovers v Leeds United
Rotherham United v Birmingham City
Chesterfield v Barnsley
Crawley Town v Scunthorpe United
Rochdale v Doncaster Rovers
Sheffield United v Oldham Athletic
Bradford City v Gillingham
Hartlepool United v York City
Mansfield Town v Plymouth Argyle
Thousands of people lined the streets of York today to honour three hundred doctors, nurses and support staff who have returned home from Afghanistan. The medical staff at Camp Bastion Hospital - many from Yorkshire - were at the cutting edge of trauma care worldwide. Victoria Whittam reports.
Sheffield Wednesday striker Stevie May and Huddersfield substitute Nahki Wells went closest to breaking the deadlock as the lunchtime Championship Yorkshire derby ended goalless at the John Smith's Stadium.
May, who won his first full Scotland cap against England on Tuesday, fired in a 74th-minute shot which struck both crossbar and post, while Wells twice forced Wednesday goalkeeper Keiren Westwood into excellent saves after stepping off the bench in the 68th minute.
Huddersfield goalkeeper Joe Murphy pulled off the save of the game to deny Wednesday winger Royston Drenthe a last-minute winner, shortly after the Owls could have been awarded a penalty.
The West Yorkshire club extended their unbeaten home record to six matches, while Wednesday have drawn seven of their last 11 fixtures.
Diego Poyet, for Huddersfield, and Sheffield Wednesday's new loan signing Lewis McGugan both made their debuts for their respective clubs, while Murphy started in goal for the home side after Alex Smithies suffered a back spasm. Winger Royston Drenthe returned from suspension for the visitors.
McGugan fired a shot over the crossbar and Gary Taylor-Fletcher failed to connect properly with Jacques Maghoma's cut-back as Wednesday created the better early chances, while Huddersfield winger Sean Scannell sent two low crosses fizzing across the six-yard box at the other end.
Jacob Butterfield's slide-rule pass then carved open Wednesday's defence midway through the first half, setting Tommy Smith free on the overlap, and the right-back's raking cross was snuffed out by visiting centre-half Tom Lees' last-ditch near-post lunge.
Scannell turned neatly in the box to clip another inviting pass across the face of goal shortly before half-time as Town gained the upper hand, but a blue shirt failed to get on the end of it.
Wednesday left-back Jeremy Helan thwarted the charging Scannell with a timely challenge and on-loan centre-forward Grant Holt headed left-back Paul Dixon's cross over soon after the restart.
Butterfield dragged his shot off target after Harry Bunn's backheel on the edge of the box and Scannell again threatened to break the deadlock when he raced into shooting range and blazed an angled drive over the crossbar.
It needed something more incisive against a Wednesday defence that has kept 10 clean sheets this season and in the 68th minute Town boss Powell sent on striker Nahki Wells for Conor Coady.
Wells' response was almost instantaneous as he darted through on goal, only to see his shot parried by Wednesday goalkeeper Keiren Westwood.
But Wednesday went closest to scoring the game's opening goal in the 74th minute when May pounced in the box and lashed a rising shot which beat Murphy and struck the crossbar and then post before bouncing clear.
Wells then wasted a free-kick when he curled his effort high and wide after being hauled down by Wednesday skipper Glenn Loovens and blasted a shot straight at Westwood after finding himself in the clear with six minutes remaining.
Wednesday were denied a late spot-kick when substitute Chris Maguire went over Joel Lynch's challenge but was harshly booked for simulation.
Drenthe then sprang the offside trap in time added on, but his well-struck curling shot was brilliantly turned away by Murphy to ensure the spoils were shared.
Can Ched Evans play football abroad? As his former club Sheffield United play their first home game since deciding not to re-sign him, national newspapers debate the striker's future career moves.
The striker, who was freed from jail after serving half of a five-year sentence for rape, was due to train with the Blades.
However the club took a dramatic u-turn and refused to take back the player.
It was thought Evans could kick-start his career in Turkey with his advisers eyeing the well-paid Turkish league.
A source told the Daily Star: "Ched had mentioned that Turkey is a good option for him."
But now the likely route has been stopped in its tracks after the Ministry of Justice said the terms of his sex offenders licence means it would be near impossible to work abroad.
According to the Daily Mail, sex offenders are required to have regular meetings with their offender manager. He will be on licence until 2016.
However it was said today it would be 'difficult or impossible' for a sex offender to meet the terms of their licence while working abroad.
A Ministry of Justice spokesman told The Daily Mail: "We do not comment on individual prisoners.
"In general terms, a sex offender on licence would have to have regular meetings with their offender manager and that is difficult or impossible to do if they are living abroad."
Evans, who plans to appeal his 2012 conviction for raping a teenage waitress in a hotel in Rhyl, North Wales, served half of the five-year sentence he handed.
The remainder of the sentence will be completed on licence, meaning he must regularly check in with an offender manager until 2016.
By the time he has completed his entire sentence, he will be 27, and will remain on the Sex Offenders Register for life.