WE went into this game against Doncaster on the back of four straight victories, hoping for another win against a Yorkshire side chasing the play-offs.
Jackson had made four changes to the side that beat Peterborough last week. Rabs was back in goal for Senior, Danny Adams was handed his home debut, Schofield started instead of Holdsworth and Pav was placed back up front with Boothy.
Town got the game off to a great start on 59 seconds when a long Nathan Clarke throw-in landed on the head of Abbott, in the penalty area, for the strikerto place it in the top right hand corner of Turner's goal.
Unfortunately, Doncaster hit back 13 minutes later when a mistake by Nathan Clarke let in Fortune-West to score with his second strike, after his first was blocked by the recovering centre half.
The rest of the first half had both sides putting lots of pressure on but Doncaster didn't make use of their chances and shot mostly off target.
Town took advantage of this just before half time when an excellent cross from new man Adams met Andy Booth in the air for him to head home his 109th goal for the club.
The second half was mostly controlled by Town.
They had the best chances to make it three goals but didn't take them. On 55 minutes though, good build-up play from Schofield and Abbott resulted in Booth missing his kick but Brandon was on hand to follow up with his second goal in as many games.
The remainder of the game produced chance after chance for Town, where they could have gone 6-1 up, but they failed to finish.
So, with Town embarking on their best run of the season, could the play-off dreams still be alive?
Or have we left this run just a little too late?
My man-of-the-match was Danny Adams