MORE than 100 Doncaster school pupils took part in a competition in a bid to have their name up in lights.
Pupils from Warmsworth Primary School took part in the Kat Communications competition to create a slogan to be featured on the company’s sponsored stand at the Keepmoat Stadium - ready for the start of the forthcoming football season.
Kat Communications managing director Anthony Temperton said: “We were overwhelmed by the response to the competition and also to the high standard of entries.
“The pupils really made the judges’ jobs hard, and 20 or more entries could have been chosen.”
Nine-year-old Imogen Roadhouse was selected as the winner with her Stand Together slogan, and was joined by her headteacher Ann Marshall to receive a prize.
Imogen will get her name printed on the sign for the next three years.
She will also be invited to be a Doncaster Rovers club mascot at one of the team’s home games when the season kicks off.
Beth Chesters and Shay Evans were the runners-up in the competition. They will be treated to a family ticket for a Doncaster Rovers games.