The Rovers turned pink over the weekend as the club came together to remember the loss of one of their legends. Jamie Campbell lost his battle with stage four liver cancer last week at the age of 42, as the Rovers united to not only remember him but to also raise funds for cancer research. Campbell was a five-time club champion as well as a former coach and captain, and he and his family have been involved in the club for many years. In a moving ceremony, his family — all wearing his number 20 — were presented with a life membership in recognition of his contributions to the club. Club president Daniel Starling said Campbell was more than just a member of the club. “He was a family member, a mate, a coach and also a bloody legend,” he said in a presentation before the league match. “While he can’t be here to collect this but I guarantee he’ll be watching us and how proud he should be of what he has achieved.” His son Jack did the coin toss and kicked a goal in the league game following the presentation while the Rovers went on to chalk up a big win over the Towns. A raffle was held as well as a display of memorabilia along with other festivities to raise money for the Campbell family and breast cancer research.