Wedding Fayre

If you’re getting married or know someone who is, then look no further than Castle Park’s exclusive annual Wedding Fayre which provides a unique opportunity to meet our team of event specialists and specially selected exhibitors.

Castle Park welcomes some of the regions finest wedding exhibitors on Sunday March 29th, 11am-4pm, to inspire you and help you make the key decisions for your big day.

Free parking is available and each bride-to-be will receive a free goody bag.


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All aboard the Knights Rider for discount tickets

In association with First Buses Knights can take advantage of a special deal by using the service to watch home games at Castle Park.For the remaining home games customers using First buses can show their travel ticket at Castle Park and get £5 off their match day entrance fee. The offer is available on both the De Mulder Lloyd Stand (normal price £15, offer price £10) and the Brewster Pratap Community Stand & InterAktive Terrace giving fans a whopping half-price entrance (normal price £10, offer price £5).Bus service 81/82 runs from Stand C2 at Doncaster Interchange and serves Armthorpe Road giving fans easy access to the ground and with a day ticket at only £3.90, great value too. Knights captain, Michael Hills, “This is a great value deal to watch the Knights and enjoy the convenience of using the bus.”Andy Simpson said, “We’re delighted to work with Doncaster Knights and help make top class rugby even more easily accessible with regular buses and great value prices.”

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Bristol prove too powerful for battling Knights.

Knights 12 Bristol 27.

A stout defensive display was not enough for the Knights to keep in touch with the Championship’s second placed side Bristol. The visitors named a team with three former British and Irish Lions in the starting XV but in front of decent crowd the Knights started brightly.

Centre Terrence Hepetema made the game’s first purposeful attack on his Knights debut with a surging run into the Bris 22m and only good work from full back Jack Wallace prevented a score. However, following the positive early signs the visitors dominated play for the remainder of the first half and only a superhuman defensive effort from the Knights kept the score line competitive.

The odd opportunity did come for the Knights, a trademark darting run from Paul Jarvis had the Castle Park crowd on the edge of their seats but masterful work on the floor and an electrically quick defensive line met every Knights possession. Donny conceded two penalties in almost identical positions in quick succession; the first was put to the corner where excellent line out defense kept Bris out. With the second, fly half Matthew Morgan elected to go for posts and found the upright. The Knights failed to edeal with the rebound and following a Bristol scrum Skipper Dwayne Peel touched down after some pick and go phase play. Morgan’s wind affected conversion sailed wide.

The Bris attacks continued to come following the score but the Knights defensive line held firm and frustrated the visitors time and time again. The set piece was an area of joy for Griff’s men, a handful of scrum penalties fell their way and Bristol did everything they could to avoid being sucked into a forward arm wrestle and stood off when the Knights looked to drive post line out.

The scoreline stayed at 5-0 right up until the final play of the first half when Morgan successful slotted a penalty in midfield and the teams went in to the break with the Knights trailing 8-0.

The Knights had frustrated their illustrious opponents with steadfast defence but needed to do more when they enjoyed possession unfortunately Bris came out for the second half in top gear. A centrefield scrum for the visitors saw the ball spun to Morgan who produced an inch perfect cross field kick that sat up nicely for winger George Watkins. Watkins found Jack Wallace in support who raced over on 43 minutes. Morgan hit the crossbar with his conversion.

The game’s next score was crucial with the game poised at 13-0, opportunities were created by the Knights but when Watkins correctly read a floated Ume Fosita pass the full back put his foot down and crossed untouched. The conversion made it 20-0 and Donny had a mountain to climb.

Griff made wholesale personnel changes and Bristol also brought on a number of replacements. One man who came on was flanker Latu Makaafi and he made an immediate impact. Good work by Dougie Flockhart got the Knights in the danger zone before slick handling quickly moved possession to the Knights Championship top try-scorer who went over in the corner. There must have been something in the air yesterday as Dougie also saw his kick attempt bounce back off the upright.

Bristol completed a successful journey north when, on the 75th minute, replacement flanker powered over from close range after the visitors turned the screw with a driving line out in the Knights 5m. The successful conversion took the score to 27-5 but the Knights refused to give up.

The game’s closing stages belonged firmly to Donny playing up until the referees final whistle. Mat Clark broke forward powerfully and looked to offload to Flockhart but what looked like a, very, deliberate knock on prevented it reaching the winger. No penalty was given but the Knights attacked regardless. Piers Francis carried well before handing on to Tyson Lewis who was brought down just short of the Bristol Line. Doncaster recycled in field quickly and when the Bristol pack interfered with ruck ball on their own try line referee Andrew Small had little choice but to award and penalty try. Dougie added the extras to make the final score Knights 12 Bristol 27.

Next up for the Knights a trip to Billesley Common to face Moseley for what looks like it will be a crucial Championship battle.

Knights XV:

15. Paul Jarvis, 14. Dougie Flockhart, 13. Mat Clark, 12. Terrence Hepetema, 11. Tyson Lewis, 10. Ume Fosita (Piers Francis 55’), 9. Tomasi Palu (Brad Field 50’), 1. Tom Davies (Jack Bergmanas 67’), 2. Ben Hunter (Vili Veikoso 56’), 3. Colin Quigley (WillGriff John 56’), 4. Tyler Hotson, 5. Jon Phelan (Ollie Stedman 55’), 6. Matt Challinor, 7. Michael Hills (C), 8. Alex Shaw (Latu Makaafi 67’).

Replacements;16. Jack Bergmanas, 17. Vili Veikoso, 18. Ollie Stedman, 19. WillGriff John, 20. Latu Makaafi, 21. Piers Francis, 22. Brad Field.


Tries; Makaafi 69’, Penalty 80’

Conv; Flockhart 80’



Bristol XV:

15. Jack Wallace (Adrian Jarvis 66’), 14. George Watkins, 13. Gareth Maule (Jack Tovey 71), 12. Gavin Henson, 11. Charlie Amesbury, 10. Matthew Morgan, 9. Dwayne Peel (c) (Craig Hampson 59’), 1. Jack O’Connell (Ellis Genge 51’), 2. Ross McMillan (Chris Brooker 71’), 3. James Hall, 4. Ben Glynn (Joe Joyce 51), 5. Ian Evans, 6. Marco Mama, 7. Josh Ovens (Nick Koster 60’), 8. Mitch Eadie.

Replacements: 16. Chris Brooker, 17. Ellis Genge, 18. Joe Joyce, 19. Nick Koster, 20. Craig Hampson, 21. Adrian Jarvis, 22. Jack Tovey.


Tries; Peel 23’, Wallace 43’, Watkins 50’, Koster 74’

Conv; Morgan 43, 74’

Pens; Morgan 40’

Referee: Andrew Small

Attendance: 1,552

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Knights side announced for Bris battle.

DoR Griffiths makes just two changes to the XV that triumphed in Penzance last weekend for tomorrow’s clash with Bristol Rugby.

Leicester Tigers loanee Terrence Hepetema is the sole change to the back division as the kiwi-born centre takes the place of Bevon Armitage who is serving a one-match suspension. Hepetema partners Mat Clark in midfield with the pair playing outside fly half Ume Fosita.

Upfront, Tom Davies makes his first Knights start since November in place of Richard List with Jack Bergmanas taking his place amongst the replacements. The Canadians continue at lock with Club and On-field Skippers Matt Challinor and Michael Hills combining on the flanks, Alex Shaw continues at number eight.

Vili Veikoso and WillGriff John also provide scrum reinforcements from the bench. Ollie Stedmen will hope to build on his debut last weekend on his first Castle Park appearance. Piers Francis and Brad Field provide cover at halfback.

Knights XV:

15. Paul Jarvis, 14. Dougie Flockhart, 13. Mat Clark, 12. Terrence Hepetema, 11. Tyson Lewis, 10. Ume Fosita, 9. Tomasi Palu, 1. Tom Davies, 2. Ben Hunter, 3. Colin Quigley, 4. Tyler Hotson, 5. Jon Phelan, 6. Matt Challinor, 7. Michael Hills (C), 8. Alex Shaw.

Replacements;16. Jack Bergmanas, 17. Vili Veikoso, 18. Ollie Stedman, 19. WillGriff John, 20. Latu Makaafi, 21. Piers Francis, 22. Brad Field.


Bristol XV:

15. Jack Wallace, 14. George Watkins, 13. Gareth Maule, 12. Gavin Henson, 11. Charlie Amesbury, 10. Matthew Morgan, 9. Dwayne Peel (c), 1. Jack O’Connell, 2. Ross McMillan, 3. James Hall, 4. Ben Glynn, 5. Ian Evans, 6. Marco Mama, 7. Josh Ovens, 8. Mitch Eadie.

Replacements: 16. Chris Brooker, 17. Ellis Genge, 18. Joe Joyce, 19. Nick Koster, 20. Craig Hampson, 21. Adrian Jarvis, 22. Jack Tovey.


KO tomorrow is at 14:30. #COYK

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Knights must carry Penzance passion into Bristol game.

The Knights backed up a Yorkshire Regiment Trophy win over Carnegie with a first-rate performance on the South Coast to power past a Pirates side at their Mennaye Field home last Sunday.


Despite going into the fixture as underdogs Knights DOR Clive Griffiths states that the win was a necessity as the battle towards the bottom of the Championship heats up.


“We needed the result to be honest, Plymouth have had a bit of a resurgence in attitude and form and on a tricky surface they got a draw versus London Scottish so we’ve gained two points.


“When Bev [Armitage] was sent off we were really looking down the barrel but it galvanised us and it was a very positive changing room at half time.


“Apart from one excursion in to our 22m we had been all over them in the first half and we needed to continue that, then we conceded a score almost from the restart to go behind but from that point we were dominant.


“I think we showed character in that game that suggests there is plenty of fight left in us and we will have a say in every game we play until the end of the season.”


The Knights left for Penzance at 9am last Saturday to start what was a 700 mile round trip before a 3pm kick off on Sunday and Clive believes that with such long away excursions the planning is crucial and the team got it spot on last weekend.


“First and foremost, I have to say the pitch down in Penzance was in very good shape, the weather was right for rugby and went out there to play rugby.


“The thing about playing Pirates away is the arduous journey down the day before but we left in good time and our preparation was bang on. At the end of the day it is just a piece of grass and it happens to be in Cornwall.


“I said after the game to the squad that it was one of the best team performances that I’ve been involved with in my career, which is a big statement, but I meant it. We showed everything that we are about as a club and as a team.”


Winning on the road is tricky enough in the Championship but when you have to play over half the game without an inside centre it takes some serious character. However, that is exactly what the Knights did after Bevon Armitage was shown a second yellow card on the 30 minute mark.


“As unlucky as Bevon’s red card was, when you are on a yellow card you need to have a clear mind and Bev said it was an instinctive thing to do.


“Bevon has always had an exemplary disciplinary record but has been caught out in two of our last three games now.


“We have decided to leave him out this week, appeal processes can drag on – it is an automatic one-match suspension and we have some massive games coming up.


“We need everyone available for those games, we have Terrence Hepetema available to us from Leicester this weekend so we have made the decision to leave Bev out this weekend, it had to be done.


“He is disappointed but he understands.


“The first yellow seemed very, very harsh and personally I think it was an incorrect call but we can have no complaints about the second one, so we accept it and move on.”


Tomorrow the Knights welcome Bristol to Castle Park for the first of two consecutive home games against Andy Robinson’s all-stars, with the teams clashing in the British and Irish Cup semi-final on March 14th. Clive states his side has no option but to take the fight to the Championship high-flyers.


“They’ll have had a good look at our results and they’ll have done their analysis on us with, with their resources they can analyze the colour of people boots and are likely to think they know a lot about us.


“We’ve worked on a few new things that we’ll hopefully implement and surprise them with.


“I think they’ll they respect us, they’ll remember what happened when we went down there and the way the game was taken away from us in the second half by circumstances beyond our control.


“We came away from that game with nothing when we deserved a lot.


“They’ll know we will be going at it all guns blazing and I’m sure they will be sending up their strongest team.


“We’ve got to be on our game and really take it to them, like Pirates did at their place and you never know it could be shock number two the season.”


Kick off at Castle Park is at 14:30. #COYK


Image courtesy of Brian Tempest


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Malc Mason

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of one of our members Malc Mason.

Malc was founder of the Mini Junior section at DRFC as well as one of the original Doncaster Dragons players. Malc received The Chain Gang Tie Award for all his hard work and commitment to the club for many years.

Malc has three sons all of whom played in the DRFC mini/junior section. The proceeds from the raffle at Saturday’s Knights of the Roundy Tables Lunch will be donated to a charity of Malc’s family’s choice.

Malc’s funeral will be held on Thursday February 26th, 12:30.

Perth Crematorium

Creiff Road Perth,


Followed by a wake at Kinloch Rannoch Village Hall


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Double header of Rugby at Castle Park

Castle Park will play host to a feast of first class rugby talent this weekend!
On Saturday the Knights clash with high-flying Bristol Rugby as they look to build on back to back Championship victories, then on Sunday the countries finest young players take on their French counterparts as England Under 18 take on France Under 18.
Knights fans are able to take in both games at a discount rate as part of our weekend of rugby package. Just show your season ticket or Knights v Bristol match day ticket for £5 [half price] admission to the Under 18s game on Sunday; furthermore under 16s are free with a paying adult on the terraces.
Speaking ahead of the clash England U18s Head Coach John Fletcher said: “We’re looking forward to heading to Doncaster for this game against France. They’re always extremely tough opponents and it’ll be no different this time around. We’re hoping that we get a good home support behind us and put in a strong performance.”
Recent graduates of the Under 18 programme includes the likes of Senior internationals Jack Nowell, Anthony Watson, Owen Farrell, George Ford and Billy Vunipola, and Fletcher says that the game against France will be a good chance for fans to see potential international players of the future.
“Over the past few years we have seen a number of players progress through the system to Stuart Lancaster’s England side and perform well,” he added. “There is no doubt and there will be some talented players on show in Doncaster from England and France.”
Kick off on Saturday is at 14:30 & 14:00 Sunday. General sale tickets are available for both fixtures now. Ticket hotline is 01302 831388 option 5.

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Knights sink Pirates with impressive display.

Pirates 13 Knights 30

The Knights made the trip to Penzance for the fourth clash with the Cornish Pirates of the season. The three previous encounters had seen both Cup-ties go the way of the Knights with the Pirates running out narrow winners in the Castle Park league clash.

Last weekend’s Castle Park victory over Yorkshire Carnegie put an end to a wretched run of league form and the Pirates last home game saw them inflict a first defeat of the season on the, then, league leaders Bristol Rugby. DoR Griff made just one change to his starting line up as mainstay centre returned to the midfield in place of the injured Andy Bulumakau.

The Knights started brightly and following a penalty on half way Ume Fosita kicked his side into good field position. Patient phase play from Donny was met by fierce home defence but indiscipline on the floor from the hosts gave the Knights a chance to open the scoring. Flockhart lined up the penalty but produced an uncharacteristic miss and the Pirates came into the game. A penalty on half way was kicked deep in to the Knights 22m by fly-half Keiron Hallett and the Pirates looked to drive through the pack. Having worked their way in field the ball was spun to the backs and, outnumbered, Bevon Armitage raced out of the line to make a tackle on Alex Dancer. Bevon looked to have made an honest attempt at a tackle but referee Dean Richards did not see it that was and yellow carded the centre for a deliberate knock on. Hallett converted the subsequent penalty to take the early lead.

A man light in the back line the Knights produced some nice eight man rugby, patiently picking and carrying through that pack slowly making inroads up field. A second penalty in kickable range fell the Knights way after an impressive first scrum but Dougie was again unable to convert.

Donny were not made to rue the missed kicks as almost immediately after the unsuccessful penalty attempt they scored the game’s opening score. A loose pass bounced kindly for Mat Clark who made a smart break before finding Alex Shaw on his inside. The number eight carried the move forward before off-loading to Tomasi Palu who raced over form close range. Flockhart then struck what would be the first of six successful kicks at goal, proving the early couple misses to be nothing more than a blip.

The Knights were playing some attractive, flowing rugby and boosted by the return of Armitage were looking dangerous; unfortunately they were then dealt a serious blow. The Pirates broke from their own 22m having stolen line out ball, Mat Clark and Paul Jarvis did well to cover back but in the following phase Bevon Armitage was pinged for putting his hands on scrum half Tom Kessell as he tried to move the ball. With the home side in an attacking position Dean Richards showed the centre a second yellow card meaning the Knights would have to play fifty minutes down to 14 men. To make matters worse Hallett converted the subsequent penalty to bring his side within a point.

The man disadvantage did not make an immediate impact on Griff’s men who finished the first half in the ascendancy. They patiently worked the ball up field with the forwards and retained possession nicely when they looked to attack out wide. The home defence was hard-hitting throughout the game but the pressure eventually told as the Pirates conceded a penalty for failure to roll away and Dougie kicked the Knights in to a 10-6 half time lead.

The home side came out firing in the second half and were almost immediately on the attack. Full back Max Bodilly broke in to the Knights 22m before the ball was quickly recycled and spun in field, fly half Hallett cut back inside and just about managed to get over the line having recovered from an initial challenge. He then converted his own effort to put the Pirates in the lead for the second time.

Trailing and with a man disadvantage the signs did not look promising for the Knights but they reacted well. Good work in defence by Clark won a penalty that Flockhart converted from just inside Pirates half. Shortly after replacement back row Joel Conlon failed to use his arms when tackling Tyler Hotson and was yellow-carded, Dougie slotted the penalty to reestablish the Knights lead.

Shortly after the Knights found themselves a man to the good. Tyson Lewis broke up field following a free kick that was taken quickly by Alex Shaw the attack was quashed but play was brought back to the Knights half. Centre Alex Dancer was called over and yellow carded for an off the ball trip on Shaw, the sin binning meant that the Pirates were temporarily down to thirteen men.

Fosita put the Knights in good field position with the penalty and another penalty from the following line out allowed the fly half to put the Knights in the corner. Solid line out ball saw the Donny pack set up a powerful driving maul which quickly made it’s way towards the Pirates’ line and hooker Ben Hunter touched down. A nice touchline conversion from Flockhart meant the Knights held a ten-point lead close to the hour mark.

A series of events that the Pirates coaching staff will be less than impressed with created the next Knights attack. Firstly, a restart that dropped short of the ten metre saw Skipper Hills elect for a scrum before some back chat from the Pirates pack saw them penalized and Fosita kicked to touch. Even the most ardent of Knights supporter would struggle to argue that there wasn’t an element of luck involved in the next Knights score. An initial break from Tyson Lewis saw the ball bounce loose, it then bobbled about before Clark hacked forward and Flockhart reacted quickest to touch down. Dougie converted his own score, 13-30.

Both sides made a flurry of substitution shortly after and the Pirates were restored to a full compliment but the Knights stood firm. Chances came for both sides but some fierce defence for the Knights ensured that they never looked like relinquishing their lead.

As the clock wound down Pirates blew caution to the and tried to force attacks which were absorbed by the Knights fourteen man defence to hold out for a second Championship win in a row. This was another solid display from the Knights who will welcome high-flying Bristol to Castle Park next weekend.


Cornish Pirates XV:

15 Max Bodilly, 14 Matt Evans, 13 Tom Hendrickson, 12 Alex Dancer (Rheon James 71’), 11 Craig Holland, 10 Kieran Hallett (Bertie Hopkin 70’), 9 Tom Kessell (Mike Pope 70’), 1 Kieran Davies (Marlen Walker 60’), 2 Tom Channon (Jack Innard 60’), 3 Alan Paver, 4 Will Graulich, 5 Darren Barry (18 Will Carrick-Smith 70’), 6. Chris Morgan (capt), 7. Joe Atkinson (Joel Conlon 45’), 8 Alex Cheesman.

Replacements: 16. Jack Innard, 17 Marlen Walker, 18 Will Carrick-Smith, 19 Joel Conlon, 20 Mike Pope, 21 Rheon James, 22 Bertie Hopkin.

Tries; Hallett; 42’

Conv; Hallett; 42’

Pens; Hallett; 11, 27’

Knights XV:

15. Paul Jarvis, 14. Dougie Flockhart, 13. Mat Clark, 12. Bevon Armitage, 11. Tyson Lewis, 10. Ume Fosita, 9. Tomasi Palu, 1. Richard List (Tom Davies 50’), 2. Ben Hunter (Vili Veikoso 69’), 3. Colin Quigley (WillGriff John 69’), 4. Tyler Hotson (Latu Makaafi 69’), 5. Jon Phelan, 6. Matt Challinor, 7. Michael Hills (C), 8. Alex Shaw (Ollie Stedman 73’).

Replacements; 16. Tom Davies, 17. Vili Veikoso, 18. Ollie Stedman, 19. WillGriff John, 20. Latu Makaafi, 21. Piers Francis, 22. Brad Field.

Tries; Palu 22’, Hunter 57’, Flockhart 61’

Conv; Flockhart; 22’, 58’, 61’

Pens; Flockhart; 39’, 44’, 47’

Referee: Dean Richards

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Bevon the sole change for Knights.

Inside centre Bevon Armitage replaces the injured Andy Bulumakau as the Knights only change from the XV that beat Yorkshire Carnegie last Saturday.

Armitage starts inside Mat Clark with Tongan international pairing Tomasi Palu and Ume Fosita linking up in the halfbacks. There is a familiar feel to the outside backs, Paul Jarvis starts at fullback with Dougie Flockhart and Tyson Lewis on the wings, the trio have touched down for a combined total of six tries versus the Pirates so far in League and Cup competition.

Upfront, the pack remains unchanged for a third week in a row. Forward cover comes courtesy of Tom Davies, who made a successful return from injury last weekend, Vili Veikoso, WillGriff John, Latu Makaafi and Ollie Steadman. 23-year-old back-row Steadman joins the Knights on-loan from London Welsh where he has scored five tries in 22 league appearances.

Brad Field has recovered from an injury sustained versus Bedford last month to take his place on the bench alongside fly half Piers Francis.

Kick off on Sunday is at 3pm and if you’re not making the trip to Penzance remember there will be live commentary on

Knights XV:

15. Paul Jarvis, 14. Dougie Flockhart, 13. Mat Clark, 12. Bevon Armitage, 11. Tyson Lewis, 10. Ume Fosita, 9. Tomasi Palu, 1. Richard List, 2. Ben Hunter, 3. Colin Quigley, 4. Tyler Hotson, 5. Jon Phelan, 6. Matt Challinor, 7. Michael Hills (C), 8. Alex Shaw.

Replacements; 16. Tom Davies, 17. Vili Veikoso, 18. Ollie Steadman, 19. WillGriff John, 20. Latu Makaafi, 21. Piers Francis, 22. Brad Field.

Cornish Pirates XV:

15 Max Bodilly, 14 Matt Evans, 13 Tom Hendrickson, 12 Alex Dancer 11 Craig Holland, 10 Kieran Hallett, 9 Tom Kessell, 1 Kieran Davies, 2 Tom Channon, 3 Alan Paver, 4 Will Graulich, 5 Darren Barry, 6. Chris Morgan (capt), 7. Joe Atkinson, 8 Alex Cheesman.

Replacements: 16. Jack Innard, 17 Marlen Walker, 18 Will Carrick Smith, 19 Joel Conlon, 20 Mike Pope, 21 Rheon James, 22 Bertie Hopkin.

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Knights of the Roundy Tables – The 3rd Crusade.

The Knights return to the Castle following Saturday’s impressive victory over Yorkshire Carnegie on February 21st as they welcome promotion-chasing Bristol Rugby.

As fitting for such a clash, a regal welcoming committee of gallant Knights will host the day’s pre-match meal as the Knights of The Roundy Tables embark on their third Crusade.

Those familiar with the Knights of the Roundy Table will know that a good pre-match chuckle is guaranteed and all are very much welcome. Doors open at 12.00pm and food will be available from 12.30 p.m, the traditional belly timber of Castle Park’s Famous Cow Pie served with Chips, Peas & Gravy followed by Cheeseboard.

Will the Black Marigold Challenge produce a spectacle to equal the “Haka” performed at the 1st Crusade? Will those present be able to differentiate between their Left hand and Right hand for the purpose of drinking? Will the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch continue to fill the coffers for the purpose of sponsoring Richard List? Well there is only one way to find out!

All are welcome to this fantastic, if a little eccentric, supporter’s lunch. Tickets are just £12 and you can book yours by calling reception on 01302 831388 option 5.

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Sportsman’s Dinner – John Bentley.

On Thursday March 5th, 7pm, Castle Park’s high-flying Doncaster Phoenix are hosting a Sportsman’s Dinner with former British & Irish Lion John Bentley.

The evening will comprise of a tasty three-course meal, followed by after dinner coffee before hearing from former dual-code international and famed after dinner speaker John Bentley.

This is an event for ALL DRFC Club members and many will take the opportunity to attend what promises to be an entertaining and interesting evening with one of game’s greats, tickets cost £35 and all profits will go towards the Phoenix tour fund. Details on how book your place can be found in the document below.

Don. Phoenix Sportsmans Dinner March 2015-2

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