Tony Miller is to relinquish his position as Head Coach of Doncaster Rugby League Club at the end of the current season.
He'll be replaced by former Hull KR & Hull FC stand off Paul Cooke, who'll take on the role of player/coach.
Miller has been involved with the Dons for 23 years as a player, captain, assistant coach (three times) and head coach (twice). The 2012 Championship One coach of the year has decided to call it a day due to his ongoing work commitments.
Chief executive of the Dons, Carl Hall, said: “I was totally shocked when Tony came to my house and told me he was not going to coach next season. However, I fully support and respect his decision and I know it wasn’t an easy one to make."
Featherstone moved up to second place in the Kingstone Press Championship with a 28-12 win over Doncaster at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Doncaster took the lead with Danny Cowling's 10th-minute try but Rovers eased into an 18-8 half-time lead thanks to three tries in a 15-minute spell from Greg Worthington, Steve Crossley and Tom Saxton, all converted by Liam Finn.
Saxton grabbed a second try within four minutes of the re-start to strengthen his side's hold and Lamont Bryan added a fifth before Michael Butterfield pulled a try back for the home side.