First on the bus for the Knights

Doncaster Knight's mascot with Andy Simpson from First and Doncaster Knight's captain, Michael Hills
Doncaster Knight's mascot with Andy Simpson from First and Doncaster Knight's captain, Michael Hills

First and Doncaster Knights are reminding rugby fans this week of the special deal available by using First buses to watch home games at Castle Park.

For the remaining home games, including Bristol this Saturday, customers using First buses can show their travel ticket at Castle Park and get £5 off their match day entrance fee. The offer is available on both the De Mulder Lloyd Stand (normal price £15, offer price £10) and the Brewster Pratap Community Stand & InterAktive Terrace giving fans a whopping half-price entrance (normal price £10, offer price £5).

Bus service 81/82 runs from Stand C2 at Doncaster Interchange and serves Armthorpe Road giving fans easy access to the ground and with a day ticket at only £3.90, great value too. Details are available at firstgroup.com/southyorkshire

Doncaster Knight’s captain, Michael Hills, “This is a great value deal to watch the Knights and enjoy the convenience of using the bus”

Andy Simpson said, “We’re delighted to work with Doncaster Knights and help make top class rugby even more easily accessible with regular buses and great value prices.”

Pictured are Doncaster Knight’s mascot with Andy Simpson from First and Doncaster Knight’s captain, Michael Hills.