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Doncaster Rovers Commercial Manager Shaun Lockwood presents prediction league winner Tom Biltcliffe with his Rovers season ticket. Picture: Malcolm Billingham D4231MB
Doncaster Rovers Commercial Manager Shaun Lockwood presents prediction league winner Tom Biltcliffe with his Rovers season ticket. Picture: Malcolm Billingham D4231MB
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Free Press prediction pundit Tom Biltcliffe has only gone and landed a job at Doncaster Rovers!

The 21-year-old sports journalism student proved that he really does know the score when it comes to Rovers.

He led our Prediction League almost from the outset last season, before being crowned champion.

But he won’t defend his crown when the new Championship campaign gets underway in August - because he’ll be too busy working for the club’s media department.

This week we start our search for four of Doncaster’s biggest fans to join our 2011/12 Prediction League - and have their say on Rovers every week in their very own Free Press column.

Tom, from Bessacarr, received his prize of a Rovers season ticket from commercial manager Shaun Lockwood at the Keepmoat this week.

“Obviously it’s nice to have won the Prediction League,” said Huddersfield University student Tom.

“I enjoyed the oppportunity to say something about the Rovers and having the feeling that my voice was being heard.

“Hopefully Rovers have taken note of my opinionated views,” he added.

“But I might have to tone them down a bit when I start my new job!”

Tom joins up with the Rovers media team today in a part-time role that he will combine with his studies.

If you’d like to follow in his footsteps - and join the Free Press Prediction League - then it really could not be easier.

All you need to do is send us a preview of Doncaster’s opening game at Brighton - in no more than 150 words - and also tell us a little bit about yourself and your passion for Rovers.

We want four fans who we can rely on for the whole season - and who have passionate views about their club.

To apply, you must be aged 16 or over and have regular access to email.

Send your entries, along with your name, address and telephone number, to paul.goodwin@doncastertoday.co.uk.

The deadline for entries is Wednesday, July 27.