Bulldogs fans advised on Eagles pricing structure

Batley's Alex Bretherton, Tom Lillycrop and Joe Chandler tackle Halifax winger James Saltonstall last Sunday.
Batley's Alex Bretherton, Tom Lillycrop and Joe Chandler tackle Halifax winger James Saltonstall last Sunday.

Batley Bulldogs supporters are advised on the pricing structure for Sheffield Eagles home games at the Keepmoat Stadium this season.

Doncaster and Sheffield are staging double header home games as they share the Keepmoat and there is a package for supporters who want to watch both games this Sunday.

Doncaster entertain unbeaten Kingstone Press Championship leaders Leigh Centurions (kick off 2pm) before the Eagles match against Batley (4.15pm).

Batley fans wishing to watch both games can buy a double header ticket priced £20 adults, £16 concessions (over 60s and young adults aged 17-20) and £5 juniors (Under-16s).

Supporters who just want to see the Eagles v Bulldogs can gain admission after the first game has finished and those prices are £15 adults, £11 concessions and £5 juniors.

Two Bulldogs supporters coaches will be running for Sunday’s game against Sheffield.

The Batley Bulldods Independent Away Travel coach will leave the Woodman pub at noon.

They are booked in at a pub in Doncaster, where food will be provided and the price for their trip is £9. To book, contact Michael on 07516 302665.

The Bulldogs official supporters club bus leaves the Tapps pub in Batley at 2.15pm and will pick up in Birstall at 2.25pm with a cost of £10 for adults and £5 for children. To book call Dave King on 07438 107632.

Parking at the Keepmoat is £4 cars, £15 mini busses and £20 coaches.

Sheffield have bounced back from their opening day defeat to Dewsbury Rams with back to back victories against London Broncos and Whitehaven and are seeking to make it a hat-trick against Batley.

The Eagles moved above Batley on points difference with a 20-6 success at Whitehaven last Sunday.

Batley, Sheffield, Bradford Bulls, Halifax and Featherstone have all won two out of their opening three matches.

Doncaster seek to end a three-match losing run when they entertain a Leigh outfit brimming with confidence following victories over Bradford, Halifax and London in their opening matches.