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Doncaster Rovers Belles v Tottenham Hotspur Ladies: Belles to resume FAWSL2 title bid

Doncaster Rovers Belles resume their FAWSL2 title bid on Sunday when Tottenham Hotspur visit the Keepmoat Stadium (2pm).

Hakim Miloudi. Photo: Rob Terrace

Newcastle Thunder v Doncaster RLFC: Owen, Howden and Cross missing for Dons but Miloudi set to feature

Doncaster RLFC will lack suspended full-back Richard Owen in tomorrow’s League One clash against Newcastle Thunder at Kingston Park (2pm).

Rugby League
Marko Marosi

Doncaster Rovers: Darren Ferguson hands it to ‘decisive’ Marko Marosi

Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Ferguson has praised the decisiveness and positivity of recalled goalkeeper Marko Marosi.

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Champion jockey Richard Johnson salutes the crowd after winning the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup on Native River. (PHOTO BY: Mike Egerton/PAWire/PA Images)

Ten talking-points that defined the 2018 Cheltenham Festival

Hard to believe it’s over for another year, isn’t it? Hard to believe, after the long drawn-out prologue, that the four days flashed by so fast.

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Celebrations after last year's Lincoln, won by Bravery who is trained by David O'Meara (right)

Lincoln Handicap preview: Lord Glitters looking to add more sparkle for O’Meara

The recent snow may have made things feel like winter, but spring is definitely in the air at Doncaster Racecourse.

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VIDEO: Doncaster Rovers haven’t been good enough on the counter, admits John Marquis

John Marquis has admitted that Doncaster Rovers have not counter-attacked as well as they might have done this season.

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Doncaster Grammar School rugby first XV 1967/8: Front row (l-r): Stuart Taylor, Mick Woodley, Terry Hudson, David Gibson (capt), Mick Germer, Cass Grey, Paul Linney. Back row (l-r): Mick Hobson, Dave Clarson, Slim Bettington, Pete Parkinson, John Stray, John Ash, John Blount, Tom Hird, Keith Pacey.

Reunion: Do you know anyone who played rugby for Doncaster Grammar School (Hall Cross) in 1967/68?

Hall Cross Academy was a very different place in 1968.

Rugby Union
Matt Challinor

Bedford Blues v Doncaster Knights: Knights aim to bounce back against high-flying Blues

Doncaster Knights will be bidding to get back to winning ways in the Championship following successive defeats when tackling Bedford Blues at Goldington Road tomorrow (3pm).

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Mathieu Baudry

Things we learned this week: Why winning ugly is extra satisfying, a lesson ahead of summer recruitment and Alfie Beestin looks more and more like the heir to James Coppinger’s throne

The joy - and sheer relief - when John Marquis’s thunderbolt header hit the back of the net was palpable.

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Left: Owen Turner. Right: Mason Yarrow.

Taekwondo: Doncaster duo Owen Turner and Mason Yarrow earn GB call-ups for Junior World Championships and Youth Olympics Qualifiers

Taekwondo teenagers Owen Turner and Mason Yarrow have been chosen to represent Great Britain at two prestigious international events next month.

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Darren Ferguson

Darren Ferguson pinpoints the statistic he feels tells a story in Doncaster Rovers’ season

Darren Ferguson has pointed to a stand-out statistic to try and highlight how Doncaster Rovers have not gone far wrong in League One this season.

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Dons head coach Richard Horne. Photo: Rob Terrace

Doncaster RLFC to face Featherstone Rovers in Challenge Cup

Doncaster RLFC will be at home to Championship big-hitters Featherstone Rovers in the fifth round of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup.

Rugby League
Belles celebrate

Doncaster Rovers Belles awarded Tier 2 Licence by FA

Doncaster Rovers Belles have been awarded a Tier 2 Licence by the Football Association and will play in next season’s rebranded FA Women’s Championship.


England cap number 15 for Doncaster’s Danny Rose?

Doncaster’s Danny Rose will be hoping for his 15th full call-up for England on Friday evening.

Josh Dickinson, right, finished fourth in Intermediate Boys in the English Schools Cross Country Championships

Doncaster’s Josh Dickinson earns England place with strong performance at Cross Country Championships

Doncaster’s Josh Dickinson was South Yorkshire’s best runner at the English Schools Cross Country Championships at Temple Newsam, Leeds, on Saturday.

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Armthorpe boss Mike Carmody. Photo: Jon Knight

NCEL: Amrthorpe search for first win of 2018, Rossington’s six-match unbeaten run ended

Armthorpe Welfare travel to East Yorkshire Carnegie on Saturday in search of a first win of 2018.

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Local football

Local football: Harworth Colliery close in on title, Yorkshire Main book cup final spot

Harworth Colliery moved another step nearer to wrapping up the Central Midlands League North Division title when continuing their winning ways with a 3-1 victory over Askern at Scrooby Road, writes Steve Hossack.


VIDEO: John Marquis reflects on what might have been but urges Doncaster Rovers to finish season strongly

This season will be one to go down as what might have been for Doncaster Rovers according to John Marquis.

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The Marmozets have just released their second album

From actors to boxers: Talented people from Yorkshire you might not have heard about

Yorkshire has produced many talented people over the past generations, including the likes of Judi Dench, Sally Wainwright, Henry Moore and Chris Rea. Yorkshire has given the world talented actors, musicians, performers, artists and athletes, to name only a few, and continues to do so to the present day.
Jamie McDonnell

Jamie McDonnell keen to leave legacy by beating Naoya Inoue in Japan

Jamie McDonnell says cementing his boxing legacy is the main motivation for accepting his world title defence in Japan.

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