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Scrum Down at Keepmoat Stadium

17 July 2012

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Football fans from across South Yorkshire are set for a scrum down this month as they turn to support their local rugby team.

Doncaster Rovers are teaming up with the Doncaster Dons to get their fans to support the rugby league team.

The Dons play Workington Town at the Keepmoat Stadium on Thursday July 26 in a matches which will see them battle it out for the league winners' title.

Gavin Baldwin, Chief Executive of Doncaster Rovers said: "We are proud to be working with the Doncaster Dons to bring some fantastic offers to Rovers fans and to get people to come along and support the rugby team.

"Our season ticket holders are being offered tickets for the game at half price and Alliance members can also benefit from their continued support of Rovers youth team by also being eligible for this deal.

"Any Rovers fan purchasing tickets for all three home friendly fixtures will also receive a £5 discount off the price of a ticket.

"We will continue to work with the clubs who use the Keepmoat Stadium to provide more for all of our fans and we look forward to bright sporting year ahead."

The Keepmoat Stadium has been home to the Doncaster Dons and Doncaster Rovers since it opened in 2007.

Dons chief Executive Carl Hall, said: "We offer a very warm welcome to all Rovers fans and thank the club for their support in what will be very exciting games.

"We are vying for the league winners title and as such this is a crucial game with the Dons looking to avenge their defeat at Workington earlier in the season and get the better of top-of-the-league Barrow.

"We look forward to welcoming everyone to the Keepmoat Stadium on July 26."

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