Date: 21st September 2014 at 11:02am
Written by: Chesterfield Admin

One thing that you’re almost assured of when we’re involved in a game is ‘entertainment’, and usually goals.

You got both again at the weekend but we came up just short.

Eoin Doyle was again among the goals on Saturday, he couldn’t score a hat-trick of hat-tricks though as we went down to a 3-2 defeat at the Keepmoat Stadium against Doncaster Rovers.

Doncaster don’t win too many at home, in fact the hadn’t won at home in six-months before this one with them off to a great start as Nathan Tyson (7) headed home Reece Wabara’s cross early on to give them the lead with Kyle Bennett (32) scoring via the bar just after the half hour to make it two.

We had hope just before the break when Sam Clucas (42) followed up to score a rebound to make it two-one.

Early in the second half Jamie McCombe (50) had a two-goal cushion again as he followed up to make it three before Doyle (61) had his 12th of the season, and seventh-goal in his last three, to give us hope again.

Another dramatic comeback couldn’t come as a chance to move second in the league 1 table passed us by this week.

After the game assistant boss Leam Richardson told to BBC Radio Sheffield: ‘The game had everything. For a neutral it would have been a good spectacle with both teams trying to win.

‘I thought our lads gave everything and when they do that, you can’t knock them.

‘We’ve conceded too many goals in the last two games but we have also played very well for large periods.’

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