Date:Friday January 26 2007
How would you like to win a VIP matchday experience for 2 people at the Keepmoat Stadium, including full hospitality courtesy of the Premier Club, and a pair of the best seats in the stadium to watch the Rovers game that day.
Rovers have teamed up with Doncaster-based company Sunrise Overseas Investments to launch the 'Penalty Spot Challenge' starting with our massive South Yorkshire derby against Rotherham on Saturday.
If you want to be in with a chance of winning this fabulous prize, all you have to do is answer this simple question:
'Who scored the first ever competitive goal at the Keepmoat Stadium?'
A. Kevin Horlock
B. Mark Wilson
C. Mark McCammon
When you think you know the answer, all you have to do is text the word GOAL plus the letter A, B or C to correspond with your answer, and send it to 3070.
The competition is now open and entries close at 10am on matchday. Three lucky people who give the correct answer will be selected at random to take part in the Penalty Spot Challenge on the Keepmoat Stadium pitch at half-time of the Rotherham game on Saturday. Simply 'score' one of your two penalty kicks and it will be you and a friend or relative enjoying the lumptuous hospitality of the Premier Club at a future Rovers home game.
This competition is endorsed by Doncaster Rovers and all proceeds will go into the clubs funds so even if you aren't a winner in the competition, you are still helping the club by taking part.
Each text message costs 50p + standard message charge and you can enter as many times as you want.
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