DONCASTER Knights are hoping end up winners both on and off the field in tomorrow’s attractive Championship game against second-placed Bedford Blues at Castle Park (2.30pm).
Knights are looking to get back to winning ways against a Bedford side they drew 18-18 against in their first ever live televised match earlier in the season - they would have won the game had Tom Luke converted a late PJ Gidlow try - at the same time as boosting their support base.
Knights attracted a 2,500 crowd for their Boxing Day derby against Leeds Carnegie and club officials are hoping that the exciting 9-9 draw will tempt most of the people in attendance that day to return for the visit of the Blues - always welcome visitors to South Yorkshire due to their entertaining style of play.
In a bid to cash in on their best gate of the season, Knights are giving season ticket holders the chance to bring two friends/family members for free.
The club have also launched a ‘Knights’ Loyalty Card’ for supporters who pay cash on the day.
Anyone attending all the club’s remaining games, and getting their card stamped, will receive free admission to Knights’ final Promotion Play-Off game.