FULL-TIME | Rovers have strengthened their position at the top of Sky Bet League Two with victory over Crewe Alexandra at the Keepmoat Stadium. Conor Grant opened the scoring with his first goal since returning to the club on loan, before James Jones drew the visitors level at the break. Rovers were not deterred, though, with John Marquis and Tommy Rowe sealing the 3-1 victory and all three...
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GOAL | Rovers now lead Crewe 3-1 after 66 minutes at the Keepmoat Stadium. Andy Williams' header clipped the underside of the bar. It bounced back down and Tommy Rowe was on hand to force the ball home before anyone could clear..
GOAL | Rovers are back in the lead against Crewe. John Marquis flicks home a free-kick from Conor Grant to make it 2-1 with 55 minutes played. #DRFC
HALF-TIME |Rovers and Crewe are level at 1-1 after 45 minutes at the Keepmoat Stadium. Rovers took a 22nd-minute lead after Conor Grant drilled in his first goal since returning to the club on loan from Everton, but James Jones levelled for the visitors despite Ian Lawlor superbly blocking his initial effort. Ben Garratt was also busy in goal for Crewe, with off fingertip saves from a James...
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GOAL | Conor Grant's first goal since his return to the club has put Rovers into the lead against Crewe. The on-loan midfielder drilled home from the edge of the box after some neat footwork from Tommy Rowe, with 22 minutes gone.
INTERVIEW | Conor Grant is our programme interview for Saturday's visit of Crewe Alexandra. Watch some of the questions from the interview as he explains why it feels like he never left Rovers. #DRFC
MATCHDAY | Young Rovers fans can stay entertained prior to this weekend’s fixture against Crewe Alexandra with the fourth edition of our Donny Kicks junior magazine.

Goal poacher Andy Williams is our cover star - we have an exclusive interview with him where he explains what it feels like to score for Rovers and what he and the other players do to keep themselves busy on long away trips.

We...
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FIT ROVERS | After a successful launch under the Sky Sports Cameras, the first Fit Rovers course arrives at the Keepmoat Stadium on Thursday January 26.

A series of eight-week healthy lifestyle courses will be conducted throughout the year combining practical workshops and physical activity sessions for men over 30 – completely free of charge.
Workshops will include information allowing each...
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NEWS | Rovers' final game of the 2016/17 season against Hartlepool United has been changed to a 5:30pm kick off on Saturday May 6. #DRFC
COMPETITION | Be on your way to Wembley for the EFL Cup Final. Wickes are giving you a chance to be there with eight pairs of tickets to give away. For a chance to win a pair, like @Wickes.co.uk and visit
CLUB DONCASTER SPORTS COLLEGE OPEN EVENING | Wednesday from 4.30pm until 6pm Club Doncaster Sports College are hosting an open evening to showcase what education is on offer at the Keepmoat Stadium:
(16-18) Traineeship – Places available NOW
(16-18) BTEC Level 3 & Level 2 Gym Instructors – Places available for 2017/18
(18+) Higher Education (HNC/HND) – Places available for 2017/18
REACTION | Captain James Coppinger paid tribute to Rovers’ fans after the victory over Barnet.

The 3-1 success at The Hive – where Coppinger netted either side of John Marquis’ strike – was witnessed by 826 travelling fans.

The Rovers captain said: “They were superb, and they have been all season – home and away.

“It is important to give the fans something to shout about after being...
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TICKETS | We have received an allocation of 1,392 tickets from Carlisle United for the Valentine's Day trip to Brunton Park.

These will go on sale to season ticket holders from Monday 23, with prices capped at £16 thanks to the reciprocal deal agreed between both clubs at the start of the season.

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FULL-TIME | Two goals from James Coppinger, coupled with a John Marquis effort, sealed a 3-1 win at Barnet. They had to show character to come from behind after John Akinde's early goal for the hosts. Rovers were backed by an incredible 826 fans at The Hive, thank you for your support wherever you followed the match! #DRFC
HALF-TIME | Rovers lead Barnet 3-1 at the break. John Akinde had put the home side ahead, but James Coppinger quickly levelled after being fed by Matty Blair. John Marquis poked home after a goalmouth scramble to put Rovers into the lead, before Coppinger calmly curled home his second of the match from 20 yards out. #DRFC
GOALS | Two goals in quick succession have put Rovers into a 3-1 lead at The Hive. The first came after an almighty goalmouth scramble which ended in John Marquis (we think) tapping the ball home at the far post. Moments later the ball fell to James Coppinger who calmly guided it into the same corner for his second of the game. #DRFC
GOAL | Rovers fell behind to a John Akinde effort, but drew level through captain James Coppinger after 18 minutes. Matty Blair fed Coppinger, who took a touch to compose himself before rifling the ball past home keeper Josh Vickers.
ROVERS | Lawlor, Blair, Butler, Baudry, Mason, Houghton, Rowe, Grant, Coppinger (c), Marquis, Williams

ROVERS SUBS | Etheridge, May, Wright, Middleton, Keegan, Beestin, Alcock

BEES XI | Vickers, H Taylor, Johnson, Santos, Nelson (c), Wilson, J Taylor, Champion, Akinde, Campbell-Ryce, Vilhete

BEES SUBS | McKenzie-Lyle, Tutonda, Kyei, Gambin, Akinola, Nicholls, Muggleton #drfc