Long-running Rovers supporters’ team the Donny R’sonists (not pictured above) have begun their fourteenth season in action recently with matches against fellow fans’ teams from Peterborough and Grimsby. Last week the R’sonists took on the Peterborough United Supporters FC ahead of Rovers afternoon date at London Road and went down to a 3-2 defeat. Today the R’sonists returned to home soil, and winning ways, with victory over Grimsby’s Internet Mariners. Brief match reports from both games can be found on the R’sonists’ own website.
The long-running Doncaster Rovers’ internet supporters’ team the Donny R’sonists have launched a new club website, finally satisfying the ‘internet’ part of their name. The R’sonists were formed in 1998 by supporters to play at the WorldNET competition as a last hurrah when it looked like Rovers were set to cease to be. The club’s name was taken as a nod to the antics of former Rovers club ‘benefactor’ Ken Richardson. As Rovers have continued, so have the R’sonists and they continue to represent the club in the world of Internet Supporters’ football. indeed the side will compete in their 14th WorldNET tournament at the end of this month. The new R’sonists website can be found here.
Long running Rovers’ supporter’ team the Donny R’sonists were in action today, defeating Grimsby’s Internet Mariners Old Skool in an IFA League match. The R’sonists 7-1 win at the Ian Wilson Community Sports Village in Rossington this morning was their largest victory of the season, and the match was as ever played out in the right spirit with barely a foul committed in the whole 90 minutes. Continue reading
After going four months without a match, owing to injuries, venue unavailability and snow amongst other things, long-running Rovers’ fans’ team the Donny R’sonists finally returned to action on Saturday morning. The R’sonists took on the Barnsley Supporters team on the grass at the Ian Wilson Community Sports Village in Rossington, and had the rare luxury of three subs for this IFA league game. Continue reading
Rovers were not the only team making their home league bow today as long-running Rovers supporters team the Donny R’sonists also began their 2010-11 season. The R’sonists hosted the Kidderminster Harriers supporters team at the Ian Wilson Community Sports Village in Rossington, as the visitors stopped off en route to watching Kiddy’s opening game of the Conference season at York. Continue reading
Forget South Africa 2010, as I’m sure the England supporters amongst you have tried your best to do, the big global summer football tournament took place in Leeds over the weekend just passed and featured our own Donny R’sonists. The team of Rovers supporters were one of 80 sides in action at Boddington Hall in the annual football fan spectacular, WorldNET. Continue reading
Good luck from Viva Rovers to the long-serving Doncaster Rovers Supporters football team the Donny R’sonists who travel to Leeds this weekend to take part in the annual WorldNET tournament. For the R’sonists, formed in 1998, this is their 13th appearance at the annual Summer event which features over 80 supporters teams from all over the UK and a handful from overseas too. Continue reading
Congratulations and a predictable headline for the Donny R’sonists who surprised many, including themselves, to lift the Cass McLaughlin Shield at the weekend. The long running Doncaster Rovers Supporters’ team participated in the six team 11-a-side charity tournament held at Worksop Town’s Sandy Lane ground on Sunday and after a long hard slog across four thirty minute matches the R’sonists triumphed to return to Doncaster with the trophy. Continue reading
Though Saturday ended triumphantly enough for Rovers supporters, one group of Doncaster fans didn’t enjoy the best of starts to the weekend’s football. Long running supporters team the Donny R’sonists hosted the Grimsby fans of the Internet Mariners Old Skool on Cantley Park on Saturday morning, well, I say hosted. Unfortunately no-one from Doncaster Council turned up to open the changing rooms, leaving the two teams changing in and outside cars in the open field, well, I say changing. Owing to an oversight by the R’sonists, their kit was en route to Whitby. Continue reading
Disappointment for the Donny R’sonists as their recent run of form came to an abrupt hand at the hands of the contemporaries from Barnsley. The R’sonists have been putting in some great performances of late, but began with a distinctly lacklustre first half display on this, their return to Cantley Park. Indeed the R’sonists were two goals down inside the opening ten minutes and it failed to get much better for the Rovers’ supporters team. Continue reading