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Kiwomya wants more

18 February 2018

Alex Kiwomya is looking to kick on following his first goal for the club against Fleetwood Town on Saturday.

Kiwomya’s 13th minute strike set Rovers on their way to a 3-0 win over the Cod Army, and he was delighted to get off the mark.

“It’s been a long time coming, it’s been a long road, but I’m happy to help the team out with a goal, John Marquis managed to work it down the left and it made it easy for me to score,” he said.

“This goal will help me kick on, it shows that I’ve got it in the locker and I’m ready to score again, I know how to move across the pitch and I’ve done a lot of work in different positions and it’s worked out well.

“There are good players here who know what they’re doing, and I want to add to that, I can add pace, and now that I’ve got a goal under my belt I just want to kick on, I’m not far off full games and I’m putting my all into training.”

The win saw Rovers earn their first three points of 2018, and Kiwomya felt that they were good value for their win.

“Everything went to plan, it was what we had worked on all week, we executed the game plan well and that has shown in the result today, we had a look in the mirror, dealt with it and that’s shown today,” he added.

“We know that with our defence, we can do our job down one end and that they can do theirs down the other, there’s great team cohesion here, and we have shown we have the right mentality to bounce back.

“Hopefully we can start a run now, the lads thrive off big experiences and games, and that starts again next week, but we take things a game at a time and go from there, we can show that the performances are there.”

Rovers return to the Keepmoat Stadium to face Bury on Saturday March 3. you can purchase tickets from the Club Doncaster Box Office, on 01302 762576 or at

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