Cup form can lift Dons for Keighley test

In memory: Liam Maughan
In memory: Liam Maughan
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WE entertain Keighley, who are in second position in Championship One, at the Keepmoat Stadium on Sunday.

It should be a cracking game and a match we are very desperate to win. So get down to the Keepmoat. You won’t be disappointed.

We bowed out of the Carnegie Challenge Cup against Super League side Wakefield Trinity Wildcats on Sunday.

But it was a very encouraging performance by all the lads. All we ask of the players from 1 to 17 is that they give their best shot and they had a real go.

So well well done to all the lads; you did us proud on the day. They must go into every game with that same grit and determination and if they do then, regardless of the result, we as a club can’t ask for anything more. So keep it up!

We are dedicating our next home game against Oldham on June 5 to Liam Maughan once again as we feel we want everyone to remember this young man.

We will dedicate this fixture every year to Liam, who lost his life fighting for his country. I have spoken to the family and they are very grateful to the Dons for this.

To the fans please get behind the lads on Sunday from start to finish. You helped the lads on Sunday by out-singing the Wakefield fans last weekend. You are our 18th man.