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Wear the shirt with pride

28 April 2016

Jason Lowe has stressed the importance of ending the season with a bit of pride by collecting six points from the final two games.

The 24-year-old knows that despite there being little to play for as the campaign draws to a close, they still have a duty to the supporters to do their best in the remaining matches away at Rotherham United this weekend and at home to Reading the following Saturday.

"Obviously with not a lot to play for but pride it is sometimes difficult but our job is to win games," said Lowe.

"So hopefully we can go and win the last two and give the fans something to smile about going into the break because they've not had a lot to smile about over the course of the year.

"So it is a case of lets finish as strongly as we can, wear the shirt with some pride and try and get six points out of six."

For Lowe the end of the season has come at a bad time as the former Academy graduate has only just returned from a long-standing foot injury.

But having featured in Rovers' last four games, both in midfield and at full back, the versatile footballer is feeling good.

"The rehab has gone well but there's no substitute for a first team game when the pressure is on and you need to try and win," he added.

"I've felt good since I've come back, I feel strong and I'm going to get fitter and get better. Obviously the season is nearly over which I'm disappointed about, but that is life, hopefully on a personal level I can finish the season strongly and collectively hopefully we can get two more wins and go into the break with a little bit of pride."

Rovers supporters who haven't yet purchased their tickets for the final away game of the season at Rotherham United should note that there will be no sales on the day.

With the initial 1210 ticket allocation almost snapped up, the club have been given an additional 200 tickets for Saturday's game.

Tickets will be on sale from the Roverstore at Ewood Park until 4pm this Friday for the match at the New York Stadium.

Ticket prices are £23 for Adults, £13 for Seniors 60+ and Students with valid proof of full time education, £8 for Under-18s and £6 for Under-12s.

Places on the club's official away travel are still available, priced at £15 for Adults and £13.50 Concessions.

For further information call the ticket office call centre on 01254 372000.

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