Spectators return to professional rugby union in Doncaster.
Doncaster Knights vs Nottingham, May 29th, Kick Off 16:30
Doncaster Knights is delighted to confirm that after 440 days without fans, professional rugby returns to the County of Yorkshire this weekend.
Following much planning and preparation Doncaster Knights are pleased have been given the green light to welcome 1,436 fans back to Castle Park on Saturday.
Doncaster Knights look to secure third place finish in the Greene King IPA Championship, ranking them the #15 side in the country, as they take on Nottingham Rugby at Castle Park, KO 16:30.
Castle Park has undergone a thorough health and safety review and invested significantly in facilities, including the instillation of a personal Protection Sanitisation Tunnel, to be one of the safest, Covid compliant, stadia in the country.
Tickets for Saturday's game can be purchased from £10, with Under 16s admitted free on the terraces with a paying adult. Tickets are on sale now via https://drfc.cloudvenue.co.uk.
Yorkshire Academy vs Northampton Saints Academy | May 30th | KO 12:00
On Sunday Castle Park plays host Yorkshire Academy as they look to wrap up their Premiership U18 League campaign with a win against Northampton Saint Academy.
The #RoseBuds arrive fresh from victory over Newcastle Falcons Academy in a game that is sadly only open to spectate for players, parents & club members.