Liam Feeney continued his impressive form for the Seasiders
Here's how Pool's players rated:
Distribution not great in the blustery conditions but made two or three routine saves. Well beaten for Doncasters equaliser. Brought into the side to replace the injured Ollie Turton but lasted just 20 minutes himself after suffering a knock to his thigh. Stepped up in Curtis Tilts absence and produced some vital blocks and clearances to deal with a dangerous Doncaster side. His speed came in handy against Doncasters pacey frontline but he was brought off at half time with an injury. Made some well-timed challenges and defended solidly all night, filling in at centre back in the second half. Recycled possession well and delivered some dangerous crosses, one of which led to Blackpools opener. Lost the ball too often and looked a little nervy in possession, but did some important defensive work. Back in his favoured number 10 position, which makes Pool a more dangerous proposition but his set pieces were hit and miss. Constantly in the thick of action and provided some superb crosses. Came close with a first-half header. Always a danger in behind playing on shoulder of last man, but couldnt quite find that killer touch in the final third. Endured one of his off nights, missing a couple of gilt-edged chances when it looked easier to score. For Daniels, 19'
Brought a more attacking threat down the right-hand flank and put Pool in front with a close-range finish. For Tilt, 46'
Did well filling in at left back once again, making a couple of timely interceptions to keep the visitors at bay. For Virtue, 82'
Had a chance to win it for Blackpool late on but failed to hit the target from inside the 18-yard box.