Saturday saw the perfect start to the bank holiday celebrations, as three points and South Yorkshire bragging derby bragging rights were all secured for Rotherham United supporters.
However, there was one name in Rotherham being toasted louder than others following the victory over Doncaster Rovers at AESSEAL New York Stadium.
The striker put in a complete performance for his side, helping himself to two fantastically taken goals in the first half, as well as playing a key part in the Millers seeing the game out after being reduced to 10 men early in the second period.
His first saw him collect a perfectly-weighted pass from Mickel Miller before showing good composure to calmly stroke the ball home with his weaker foot.
The second saw him keep his nerve to volley home a low effort through a ruck of bodies into the bottom corner.
Smith’s all-round contribution saw him ease to the supporter’s Man of the Match crown, with 68.2% of the 639 votes cast.
Also nominated were Ollie Rathbone, Kieran Sadlier and Ben Wiles.