A look at the latest from around Club Doncaster:
The Club Store at the Eco-Power Stadium will open seven days a week until Christmas.
The store will open at 9am on weekdays, closing at 4.30pm other than Rovers match nights when doors will close at kick-off.
Weekends will see opening hours of 10am to 4pm, other than Rovers matchdays when doors will close 20 minutes following the final whistle.
For more information on opening days and hours, click HERE.
The Dons will kick-off their return to the Betfred Championship with a home game against York Knights on Sunday, March 17, 2024.
The fixtures for the new campaign have been released, with Richard Horne’s side beginning with back-to-back home games as South Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Eagles visit on Friday, March 29.
As well as the release of the Championship fixtures, the Dons also learned their fate in the AB Sundecks 1895 Cup, with the group stage pitting them against the Eagles and Midlands Hurricanes.
A trip to the Hurricanes on January 28 will open the competitive season for the Dons,
The Dons’ full list of fixtures can be found by clicking HERE.
DONCASTER ROVERS BELLES
The wait for Ciaran Toner’s first home game in charge of the Belles was stretched further following the postponement of the clash with league leaders Barnsley due to a frozen pitch.
Toner will try again this Sunday (December 10) as the Belles host Chorley in a rearranged fixture at the Iqbal Poultry Stadium.
Rovers booked their place in the last 16 of the Bristol Street Motors with a 3-0 win over Nottingham Forest U21 thanks to goals from Luke Molyneux, Kyle Hurst and Joe Ironside.
However, the campaign in the Emirates FA Cup was brought to an end with a 2-1 defeat to League One high-flyers Peterborough United.
Rovers confirmed the appointment of David Rennie as the club’s new head of medical.
Rennie spent 20 years as head physio at Leicester City - a period which included the Foxes’ incredible Premier League title win and subsequent Champions League campaign.
CLUB DONCASTER FOUNDATION
The Foundation has launched its Christmas Teddy Appeal ahead of the club’s annual visit to the children’s ward at Doncaster Royal Infirmary.
Supporters can back the campaign by donating £10 which will enable a soft toy to be delivered to a young patient on the ward this Christmas.
To read more about the appeal, click HERE.
Rovers’ Supporter Liaison Officer Dean Medcalf was named the best in English football at the Football Supporters Association’s annual awards ceremony in London.
Dean has spent a decade in the role of SLO - which acts as a bridge between the club and supporters - and has helped make significant changes to the matchday experience both home and away.