Latest IRWT News
Taylor: Making football accessible for everyone is really important to me3 December 2020
Jon Taylor was named social inclusion and disabilities ambassador at the start of the 2020/21 season and has been reaching out to people across Doncaster digitally during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rovers players complete Oddballs Foundation fundraiser1 December 2020
A number of Rovers players have completed their Oddballs Foundation fundraiser by posing for a photo wearing just their moustaches and their Oddballs underwear.
Support Sands United this Baby Loss Awareness Week14 October 2020
Sands United FC is a network of grass roots football clubs based around the United Kingdom who support fathers, uncles, brothers, cousins, grandads and their wider families who have lost a family...
Williams (virtually) visits Club Doncaster Sports College13 October 2020
Ed Williams surprised Club Doncaster Sports College students as he made a virtual player appearance this week.
Kevin Baker wins auction bid to be a Rovers' player5 October 2020
Lifelong Rovers fan Kevin Baker describes being Rovers’ (not quite real) deadline day signing as a dream come true.
The match that launched Rovers4 May 2020
In 1879, a football match between the Doncaster Deaf and Dumb Institution and a group of young men from Great Northern Railway Engineering works (the Plant) helped form Doncaster Rovers football...
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