NEWS | DNA Quarterly second edition on sale

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10th May 2019

Carl Hall outlines his hopes for his time as vice-president of the RFL in the second edition of DNA Quarterly magazine, which is on sale now.

DNA Quarterly tells the inside story of sport in Doncaster, with the Dons chief executive discussing his pride at taking on the new role with the RFL from this summer and reflecting on bringing three Rugby League World Cup games to the Club Doncaster Sports Village.

DNA Quarterly tells the inside story of sport in Doncaster, with features on all aspects of the area’s sporting scene such as Terri Harper who made history in becoming the first female boxer from the town to become a world champion.

Club Doncaster Sports College student Ben Howe discusses his blossoming rugby league career at Castleford Tigers, combining trying to breakthrough at the Super League side with his studies at the Keepmoat Stadium. 

The Sports College is celebrating its 10th anniversary, and features in this edition discuss the ever growing success of the educational establishment as well as speaking to those working behind the scenes at Doncaster Rovers who masterminded the club winning the EFL Family Club of the Year prize.

On the pitch, Rovers forward Mallik Wilks discusses a breakthrough season while Ian Lawlor and Alfie May look the the future.

The magazine looks at Doncaster Belles joining Club Doncaster to see what the future could hold for the most famous name in women’s football.

On top of all this there is local news from all local sport, including the Knights and details of the  first Doncaster Half Marathon.

Copies of issue two of DNA Quarterly are available from the Club Doncaster Box Office now, and from programme sellers at Sunday’s game.

You can also purchase the second edition online from tickets.clubdoncaster.co.uk.

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