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Dons looking to Sting Hornets

22 May 2014

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And Chief Executive could have the remedy if they don't.

The Dons host Rochdale Hornets in the Kingstone Press Championship fixture and Chief Executive Carl Hall has vowed to refund dissatisfied punters.

“I’ll go on record and say, if you come and you haven’t enjoyed it, I will give you your money back. If I think your reason is valid, I will give you your money back out of my own pocket,” he said.

Hall means serious business, as do The Dons, who sit fourth in the table and are looking to finish in the top eight places.

As such, the Club has one final offer to fans to buy season tickets at a price that equates to £8.88 per game.

The Dons, in association with Kingfisher Primary School, of Wheatley, are hoping to attract a crowd of 2,000 people to the last sporting action at the Keepmoat Stadium until 29th June.

Hall said: “It will be a fantastic event, Kingfisher Primary school have worked tirelessly ahead of the game, there will be the school choir singing and there is a legends match against the teachers.

“Hopefully a lot of Doncaster Rovers fans get down here, it will be a great day.”

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