A subdued Sean O´Driscoll warned Doncaster it was only "a job half done" after they secured their place in the Coca-Cola League One play-off final against Leeds after a stunning 5-1 victory over Southend.
Captain Brian Stock opened the scoring from the penalty spot in the eighth minute after Peter Clarke had brought down Jason Price in the area and Adam Barrett´s own goal doubled the home side´s lead shortly after, while James Coppinger´s hat-trick completed the rout.
"I thought we matched their determination, which is what we wanted to do," said O´Driscoll. "It´s back to work on Monday, we´re not getting carried away. It´s a Yorkshire derby at Wembley and the job´s half done. We want to finish it against a very good Leeds team."
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