A look at the latest from around Club Doncaster:
The Dons made two major new signings as the build for the 2024 Championship season continues.
Former NRL and Super League prop Pauli Pauli joined on a two-year deal. The 29-year-old turned out for Parramatta Eels and Newcastle Knights in Australia before representing Wakefield and Salford in Super League.
Joining him was Joe Lovodua who played for Hull FC in the top flight and also represented his native Fiji in the 2017 Rugby League World Cup.
Along with the new arrivals, familiar face Josh Guzdek joined the club on a permanent deal after helping the Dons to promotion while on loan from Sheffield Eagles.
The Dons returned for pre-season training last week and carried out their testing regime at the new High Performance Centre, operated in a partnership between Club Doncaster Sports College and University Centre Doncaster at the Eco-Power Stadium.
Season tickets remain on sale at early bird prices, but only until November 30. Adults can purchase season tickets for just £99.
For more information on season tickets, click HERE.
Save on Christmas party nights at the Eco-Power Stadium thanks to DN4 Events’ Black Friday offer.
Selected dates are available on the offer, with Festive Party Nights and Dance Through The Decades events through November and December.
And up until the end of November 24, those booking on selected dates can receive ten per cent off.
For more information or to book, call 07425997987 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Max Adamson scored a 92nd minute winner as the U18s triumphed 3-2 over Bradford City at the Hoober Homes Elite Performance Centre.
Oliver Piekarski netted his first goal for the club to put Rovers ahead before Adamson grabbed an equaliser after coming off the bench.
Rovers’ clash with Bradford City at the Eco-Power Stadium has been brought forward to Friday, December 22 with a 7.45pm kick-off. The game had been due to take place the following day.
The draw for the first knockout round of the Bristol Street Motors Trophy will take place on Friday, November 25.
DONCASTER ROVERS BELLES
The Belles marked new manager Ciaran Toner’s first game in charge with a 13-0 demolition of Millmoor Juniors Development in the Sheffield and Hallamshire FA Senior Cup.
Jasmine Saxton and Hannah McWilliams both netted four goals while Holly Housley bagged a hat trick alongside strikes from Jess Tugby-Andrew and Lauren Breen.
To read the report from the game, click HERE.
The Belles take a break from action this weekend but return on Sunday, December 3 as Toner takes charge of his first home game with the South Yorkshire derby against Barnsley in FAWNL Division One North.
Adults can gain entry at the Iqbal Poultry Stadium in Moorends for just £4. For ticket information, click HERE.