Coventry City 1-3 Doncaster Rovers: 250 word match report

A spirited comeback from Rovers today, not quite football played the way it should, but it’ll do!

Doncaster Rovers 1-2 Swindon Town: 250 word match report

Tyson switching to the left proved effective, and on 41 minutes he broke clear, crossing for Main to tap in and put Rovers deservedly 1-0 up.

Doncaster Rovers 0-2 Peterborough United: 250 word match report

The game promised much; two play-off contenders separated by goal difference, a huge crowd and chance to pay homage to Jamie Coppinger. What could go wrong?

Gillingham 1-1 Doncaster Rovers: 250 word match report

The surprise at Harry Forrester’s free-kick finding the net being emphatically magnified by the forty minutes of vacuous wind-disrupted nonsense of twenty-two men repeatedly failing to control a football which had preceded it.

Doncaster Rovers 2-0 Colchester United: 250 word match report

After half time, neither side seemed too bothered that there was a football game on. Calls of “gerrit for’ard” and “too bloody casual” failed to have any effect.

Doncaster Rovers 3-0 Yeovil Town; 250 word match report

Yeovil were having a torrid time; their defenders punting balls into the West Stand with a regularity that suggested they were playing Battleships with the seat numbers.

Crawley Town 0-5 Doncaster Rovers; 250 word match report

Crawley were shambolic, disjointed and disinterested from the off; just eleven stooges for Rovers to feed off – the Washington Generals to our Globetrotters.

Chesterfield 2-2 Doncaster Rovers: 250 word match report

Rovers then doubled their lead shortly after as Harry Forrester floated in a corner which was all too easy for Andy Butler to head home for 2-0.

Doncaster Rovers 0-0 Notts County: 250 word match report

Snow fell heavily after the break, which was to be only white round object Theo Robinson saw in the Notts County half all evening.

Doncaster Rovers 1-0 Barnsley: 250 word match report

Credit to Curtis Main, we thought he’d found every conceivable way of missing, but he proved us wrong after the break; creating enough space to shank a ball off his other shin towards Nottinghamshire