Club entries in to the 2021 London Marathon

This information is assumed to be correct. Next years race is on 3 October 2021. Information is not currently available from London Marathon that I can see regarding club places.

To go into our club ballot for our club places you must have entered the public ballet, do this here now. 17:00 BST on Friday 9 October 2020

The draw for the club ballot is usually towards the end of the year (TBC) and it will not take place until London Marathon confirm our allocation which is hoped to be 3 places. The draw may well be in 2021.

To enter the ballot:

  • The member needs a rejection slip from the ballot entry – letter or email.
  • If you got a London place last year from DAC’s allocated places you should not be eligible to get one of the clubs allocated places for the next year (Sam Prowse, Martyn Walters + Others (names elude me atm)
  • You must be a first claim member at the time of entering the public ballot and be fully paid up with a UKA license, and if you are successful at the draw you must have renewed your membership with Doncaster AC and your UKA license for the year of the marathon
  • The member has to arrange payment for the place
  • You must run in a Doncaster AC vest
  • The member needs to have completed a half marathon, or race of greater distance during 2018 / 2020 / 2021 (date of draw unknown) before the club ballot is drawn. Given the issues of lack of races this year then a strava link to a training run, which is run without stopping will be acceptable, however, if races restart and athletes have ample time to race a half marathon before the ballot then this should be done.


Due to a national increase in Covid 19 infections our procedures at the Club on Saturdays, Tues and Thursday evenings have been revised to eliminate any further risk, these measures will take place with immediate effect:

1. Members of the public who are none members or not accompanying a member will not be allowed on site.

2. The main gate will be locked as soon as all members are on site.

3. The toilets will remain locked but opened when needed by members only, with only one person in the toilet area at a time.

4. On arrival at the site members must book in and then remain in the shot throwing area to be collected by their respective coaches.

5. All members will be required to complete a track and trace return, with no exceptions so that we can maintain an up to date register in the event of an outbreak.

6. All members must sanitise their hands on entry to the site, the sanitizer is on the table near the gate or you can used the one on the wall near the office door.

7. Wherever possible only coaches should remove items from the equipment room, which must be cleaned before and after use. Where this is not practical, such as carrying starting blocks the person carrying them must also clean them before and after use.

8. If any member is unwell please do not attend the site for training. In the event of a positive covid trace the member’s coach or a club official must be notified immediately.

Club Directors

Revised 11th September 2020

Rovers fixtures 2020 / 2021

Please find below dates of Rovers Tuesday Home Games, which impact upon our training nights. Parking is restricted on these dates we have been allocated 60 parking places in car park 3.  Club reception and tuck shop will still be open on these nights, although occasionally a full closure of our site will be in action depending on the fixture.

Check with your coach to see if your training session is on.

Dates to be amended / added to / removed as we find out.

Tuesday 8 September

Tuesday 20 October

Tuesday 10 November

Tuesday 24 November

Tuesday 15 December

Tuesday 26 January

Tuesday 2 March


Message from the EA Education Coordinator

I am delighted to be able to confirm that we have set up a Level 1 Starters course for Monday 7th September 2020 6-8pm.


If an attendee hasn’t previously completed a Health and Safety course they will need to book on to this first. As soon as they have booked on to the Health and Safety course they can then book straight on to the Starters course. I would recommend they do that so they don’t miss out. The Health and Safety course is free and they can do it in their own time But will need to do it before they can be licenced and ideally before the course on 7th September. They will need to sign in to Athletics Hub to do this which will be their URN and password. If they are currently not a registered athlete or have any other role such as Coach / Leader and therefore don’t have a URN there is an option to register.

Booking the Health and Safety Course

Booking the Starter Course (£20)

If there are any questions or issues, please contact Charlotte Follos on the details below.