The Red Roses secure another win at Castle Park!

England Women defeated Ireland 27-0 in front of a sold out crowd at Castle Park on Sunday.

Four first half tries saw the Red Roses take a commanding lead at the interval. Captain Sarah Hunter opened the scoring with Abby Dow, Jess Breach and Vicky Fleetwood all following suit.

After the interval, the game became a much closer affair with full-back Sarah McKenna the only player to score during the second half and secure the bonus-point win that put England three points ahead of France in the 2020 Six Nations table.

For all those fans that enjoyed their day in Doncaster, tickets can be purchased for the Knights next fixture at Castle Park and for the Ladies Day event being held on the same date – https://drfc.cloudvenue.co.uk/home. 

 

 

Match Guide for England and Ireland Women Six Nations fixture

The Red Roses return to Castle Park on Sunday in a Six Nations fixture against Ireland Women.

With both sides winning their opening two matches, this could go some way to deciding the title and is set to be a entertaining contest in Doncaster.

England Men will be in action against Ireland at 3pm. Fans can watch the match on the concourse TVs, while enjoying a drink after the Red Roses match has finished.

Parking instructions:

If you have got your ticket or are planning to drive down then you’ll need to know where to park.

Supporters can park in four separate areas:

Woodside Pitch at Castle Park, DN2 5QB

Outwood Academy, DN2 5QD

Lower Outwood Danum, St Leger Way, DN2 6HQ.

Sandall Beat Playing Fields, DN2 6JP – This can be accessed via Sandall Beat Road and driving straight down.

Coaches can park on the Sandall Beat Playing Fields.

Parking will cost £5.

Please allow time to arrive as traffic will be busy on Armthorpe Road due to possible roadworks.

TICKETS:

All tickets are sold out.

Pre-paid tickets can be collected on the day from the from the match day tickets office (next the western entrance of the De Mulder Lloyd Stand).

Gates open at 10am on Sunday (23/02/20).

Food and drink can be purchased from the concourse at either the ‘Longest Bar in Yorkshire’ or the ‘Knights Fayre’.

The Men’s Fixture will be shown on the televisions on the concourse, kick off is 3pm.

Parking for England Women fixture at Castle Park

The Red Roses return to Castle Park on Sunday 23rd February in a Six Nations fixture against Ireland Women.

All tickets are sold out for the third England Women’s fixture in Doncaster in the last two years.

England Men will be in action against Ireland at 3pm with fans able to watch the match on the concourse TVs, while enjoying a drink after the Red Roses match has finished.

Parking instructions:

If you have got your ticket or are planning to drive down then you’ll need to know where to park.

Supporters can park in four separate areas:

Woodside Pitch at Castle Park, DN2 5QB.

Outwood Academy, DN2 5QD.

Lower Outwood Danum, St Leger Way, DN2 6HQ.

Sandall Beat Playing Fields, DN2 6JP – This can be access via Sandall Beat Road and driving straight down.

Parking will cost £5.

Coaches can park on the Sandall Beat Playing Fields.

Mascot Competition for England Women’s Six Nations fixture

Castle Park plays host to the Red Roses 2020 Women’s Six Nations match against Ireland next month on Sunday 23rd February with a 12:45pm kick off.

Seated tickets in the De Mulder Lloyd Stand have now sold out for the match, but there are plenty of terrace tickets left and can be purchased from https://bit.ly/2ZW32Kk or the EnglandRugby website.

You now have the chance to become a mascot by simply emailing ryoung@castle-park.co.uk as to why you want to be a mascot for the Six Nations match.

The deadline is the 31st January to get your entries in.