Date: 8th November 2009 at 9:13am
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Doncaster Rovers boss Sean O`Driscoll felt his side were unlucky despite being reduced to ten men for most of the second half.

Speaking in the Yorkshire Post, O`Driscoll said ‘We came in at half-time and we thought if we could step it up a little bit we could win the game.
Even with 10 men we thought we could get something from it, and we had one or two good chances.”

Woods was sent off in the first five minutes of the second half for his second bookable offence and despite being reduced to ten men, Rovers still created two or three good chances to go in front whilst the score was 1-1.

James Coppinger, John Oster and Billy Sharp all went close for Rovers has ‘Driscoll`s side refused to try and defend the point and went all out for the three.

Rory Fallon won the game for Plymouth with just under twenty minutes remaining, the result now leaves the sides level on fifteen points with Rovers dropping one place to twentieth and just one point above the relegation zone.


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