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DNA Quarterly on sale now

9 May 2019

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Rovers supporters can go behind the scenes with Ian Lawlor, Mallik Wilks, Alfie May and much more in the second edition of DNA Quarterly magazine which is on sale now.

DNA Quarterly tells the inside story of sport in Doncaster, with goalkeeper Lawlor recently signing a contract extension to extend his stay at Rovers.
Forward May continues to come into training every day with a smile on his face, remembering that little over two years ago he was getting up in the early hours of the morning to work on a building site.
And Wilks is celebrating a breakout season which has seen him take the step up to Sky Bet League One in his stride after moving to the Keepmoat Stadium on loan from Championship side Leeds United.
Former Rovers forward David Cotterill tells the story of his struggle with depression and his role helping the club to promotion.
The magazine looks at Doncaster Belles joining Club Doncaster to see what the future could hold for the most famous name in women’s football.
Club Doncaster staff explain the schemes which saw Rovers pick up the EFL Family Club of the Year award and detail the groundbreaking activities then by the club to raise awareness of mental health issues.
Doncaster’s Terri Harper discusses her achievement in becoming the first female boxer from the town to become a world champion
Doncaster RLFC chief executive Carl Hall discusses his upcoming role as vice-president of the RFL and his pride in bringing the Rugby League World Cup to the town.
The magazine also celebrates the success of Club Doncaster Sports College as it marks 10 years of providing further education to local youngsters.
On top of all this there is local news from all local sport, including the Knights and details of the first Doncaster Half Marathon.
Copies of issue two of DNA Quarterly are available from the Club Doncaster Box Office now, and from programme sellers at Sunday’s game.
The latest issue of DNA Quarterly costs just £4 and is available from the Club Doncaster Box Office now. It can also be purchased online at - save £1 per issue with a year-long subscription.

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