Mallik Wilks celebrate as Rovers secure a play-off spt.
Here is how we rated the individual performances at the Keepmoat
Had a largely quiet afternoon but made a good reaction save to keep out Hiwula following the re-start. Determined and disciplined display from the makeshift right back. Didnt leave anything out on the pitch. Typically calm and composed at the heart of the defence. Would be a fantastic signing in the summer. Led by example at the back. Did the basics really well and adopted a no-nonsense attitude. Yet to really hit his straps since returning from injury. Put himself about and stuck his foot in when required. Typically busy performance, showed some nice touches to get Rovers moving through the thirds but occasionally tried to be a bit too clever. Buzzed around in a more central role trying to make things happen. Occasionally lacked his usual composure on the ball. Did absolutely superbly to tee up Sadliers header but only occasionally threatened otherwise. Very quiet in the second half. Deserved his recall to the starting line-up and rewarded his managers faith with a goal. Drifted out of the game in the second half. Went close with a snapshot before the break and was Johnny-on-the-spot to score the all-important second goal during the closing stages. Got about the pitch and added energy in midfield. Made Rovers more solid in the middle of the park and used his experience. Made Rovers more solid in the middle of the park and used his experience. Made Rovers more solid in the middle of the park and used his experience.