Gavin Baldwin: We're still in there fighting + Free Press ticket offer
I write after a better run of form from Rovers and after two excellent home performances and victories against top for the table Wigan and then Coventry at the weekend.
Sandwiched in between those was a well-earned point against Chesterfield in a game that we could well have won.
So overall, we are still fighting to stay in League One and we are putting everything into it and with you the supporters backing us as you do we are determined not give up and to fight until the bitter end.
By beating Wigan we showed that we can beat anyone in the league and that is our belief as we go into the final two games against Crewe on Saturday and Burton Albion on May 8.
Please see our exclusive ticket offer in this week’s Free for details of how you can watch the game for just £15, making a saving of £8 per adult.
We really hope for a crowd of over 10,000 that day so please join us and tell your friends and family to grab a copy of the Free Press so they can take advantage of it too.
All at the club were massively impressed with your support at Chesterfield and on Saturday throughout, and we need that support for the trip to Crewe and also the Burton game. As Darren Ferguson has mentioned many times, it really does make a difference and you do help change results.
Off the pitch we would like to congratulate Andy Butler who was a runner up at the Football League awards for the PFA Community Player of the Year, just losing out to George Friend.
And we were delighted to win the Football League Nickelodeon Family Club of the Year award for League One. For us to be better than any other club in this league proves that we are trying to do the right things to make the matchday experience better for our supporters and we are absolutely delighted to receive this recognition from the governing body. Well done to all involved and thank you to those that come along and engage in our family stand and in our family events.