THE Dons were Spurr-ed on to arguably their best win of the season as they demolished Oldham at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Chris Spurr was the star of the show with a hat trick of tries, scoring once in the first half and then waltzing through a disconsolate Roughyeds defence twice in the closing stages of a one-sided contest.
But Tony Miller and his whole team deserve credit for a thoroughly professional and perfectly executed display to complete back-to-back wins in Co-operative Championship One.
Scott Spaven broke the deadlock following a period of Dons pressure when he latched onto Craig Robinson’s pass to dive over on 15 minutes, before converting his own try.
Seven minutes later the home side doubled their lead when Spurr reached for the line from a yard out after collecting Spaven’s assist.
Spaven then kicked his second conversion of the game to give Doncaster, who got better as the half wore on, a 12-0 advantage at the break.
Winger Dean Colton went over for the hosts’ third try on 56 minutes and Spaven again added the extras, as Oldham continued to toil against the well-drilled Dons.
And it was left to Spurr to put the icing on the cake when he twice glided through a static Roughyeds defence - allowing Spaven to take his goal tally to five - and give the scoreline a one-sided look.