Rovers aim to be top of league

Rovers player Franck Moussa signs his autograph for Barnburgh Primary School pupils L-R Harrison Neal, nine, Leya Lawrence, and Sam Marsh, both eight. Picture: Liz Mockler D8576LM

Rovers player Franck Moussa signs his autograph for Barnburgh Primary School pupils L-R Harrison Neal, nine, Leya Lawrence, and Sam Marsh, both eight. Picture: Liz Mockler D8576LM

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FOOTBALL bosses are looking to lift a prestigious piece of silverware this weekend for their community work.

Doncaster Rovers could score its first Football League Award for a recently-launched roadshow taking first team players into schools.

The ‘Rovers Roadshow’ sees stars like Billy Sharp conduct assemblies, give out certificates and take part in question and answer sessions with youngsters. Pupils are then invited to watch their football heroes at the Keepmoat Stadium.

The scheme, launched last year, visited Barnburgh Primary School with the latest roadshow this week.

Rovers is among eight Football League clubs going head to head for the Best Marketing Campaign prize.

The winner is set to be announced at the huge ceremony in London on Sunday.