Bond said "We weren't happy with the way we played in the second half but you can't take anything away from Doncaster.
"We were satisfied with our position at the end of the first period. Although we hadn't played particularly well, we were in front and in control of the game.
"We expected a reaction from Rovers after the interval but we thought that if we weathered the storm the game would open up to our advantage.
"I don't think we did well enough to prevent the equaliser and, in fairness, Doncaster were the better side after that.
"They had a spring in their step and we were never able to wrestle control of the game away from them.
"We can be critical of our second-half performance but that would detract from how well the home side played."
Rangers have won all but one of their home games but have now gone five matches without an away victory.
However, Bond denied their away form was a cause for concern, and added "We've only lost twice away. A lot is expected of us, and rightly so, but we didn't defend as well as we needed to today."