Doncaster RLFC: Robinson in triple award honours

Doncaster RLFC's Craig Robinson in action against Swinton Lions at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Doncaster RLFC's Craig Robinson in action against Swinton Lions at the Keepmoat Stadium.
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Prop Craig Robinson swept up the accolades at the Dons’ presentation night.

The forward was rewarded for his fine season by picking up the player of the year, player’s player of the year and man of steel awards.

Robinson has been an ever-present for Doncaster during the 2014 campaign, helping the club clinch a fourth-place finish in the Championship.

Full back Dave Scott was also given triple honours, winning the top try scorer award, young player of the year and back of the year, capping off the Scotsman’s solid season for the Keepmoat club.

Matthew Carbutt received the forward of the year as scrum-half Richard Wilkinson won the most improved player award to finish off his debut season with Doncaster.

Wilkinson notched ten tries in 18 appearances for Paul Cooke’s side.

Second rower Steve Snitch won the supporters player of the year gong after joining the club in May and helping to steer the side towards a play-off place.

The former Castleford and Huddersfield Giants man has also penned new terms with the club for 2015.

Five players were also honoured with the 100 games award. The accolade was presented to Matthew Carbutt, Mark Castle, Mike Emmett, Kyle Kesik and Shaun Leaf following their appearances in Dons colours.

n Season tickets are already on sale for Doncaster’s 2015 season.

Supporters are entitled to an ‘Early Bird Price’ which is valid until December 31.

After that, season tickets will go to full price on January 1.