DRFC 2010/11 Season Review - April
We move into the final full month of the season with Rovers still nervously looking over their shoulders as the relegation zone moves closer.
Young goalkeeper Gary Woods signs a new two-year deal with Rovers keeping him at the Keepmoat until the summer of 2013.
Rovers go down to a solitary goal defeat at Bristol City with Nicky Maynard scoring inside the final fifteen minutes for the home side.
Any hopes Rovers have of keeping Franck Moussa past his loan spell finish when he signs a new contract with his parent club Leicester.
Rovers go down to a 3-1 home defeat to Cardiff City after conceding twice in injury time.
Preston are the next visitors to the Keepmoat in a relegation six pointer.
Rovers are the happier of the two sides when the score finishes 1-1 with Brian Stock scoring for Rovers.
Byron Webster extends his loan at Northampton until the end of the season.
Hull City inflicts a 3-1 defeat on Rovers at the KC Stadium with Moussa scoring for Rovers.
Moussa extends his stay at Rovers until the end of the season.
Doncaster Rovers announce that they are giving all remaining tickets for the home end away free for their crunch clash with Crystal Palace.
Rovers recall midfielder Ryan Burge from his loan spell with Oxford United.
Despite a full house at the Keepmoat, Rovers can only manage a goalless draw with Crystal Palace.
A battling 2-2 draw at Barnsley on Easter Monday thanks to two goals from Jason Euell move Rovers a step closer to safety.
Next week we will be looking back at May with Rovers needing just one point for survival from their final two games.
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