Dean Saunders remains unbeaten as Doncaster manager as Simon Gillett struck to earn a draw against Hull.
Saunders' side followed up their 1-0 win over Palace, in his first game as manager, with a hard-earned point.
Martyn Waghorn had scored his first goal for Hull following a Neil Sullivan error to give the Tigers a deserved half-time lead.
But Doncaster improved and Gillett struck, with Rovers target Pascal Chimbonda looking on in the crowd.
Waghorn nearly gave Hull an early lead as his shot through Sullivan's legs looked to be heading over the line until James O'Connor got back to clear it.
But the Tigers did score when Matty Fryatt's run took him past O'Connor and, after Sullivan failed to take his cross, Waghorn's run into the box allowed him to bundle the unexpectedly loose ball into an open net.
Doncaster's former Hull striker Jon Parkin had struggled up front but finally imposed himself in the 57th minute, nodding George Friend's cross across the six-yard box, for the waiting Gillett to drill a precise effort beyond Adriano Basso.