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."
Sheffield Eagles will meet Leigh in the Northern Rail Cup final at Halifax on July 20 after overcoming Doncaster 32-10 in tonight's second semi-final.
Overseas duo Menzie Yere and Misi Taulapapa both scored two tries and Joe Hirst and Tom Armstrong added others for the Eagles, with Dominic Brambani kicking four goals.
Winger Stewart Sanderson and full-back Lee Waterman scored Doncaster's tries and Sanderson kicked a goal.
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.