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Milton released to join Bulls

Hull Kingston Rovers forward George Milton has been released from his contract at KCOM Craven Park and has taken up a two-year deal with Bradford Bulls from 2018.

Milton made two appearances for the Robins last season during his first year at the club and will link up with the Bulls in search of more game time following Rovers’ promotion to the Betfred Super League.

The club would like to thank George for his efforts and wish him all the best for the future.

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Milton released to join Bulls

Milton released to join Bulls

Hull Kingston Rovers forward George Milton has been released from his contract at KCOM Craven Park and has taken up a two-year deal with Bradford Bulls from 2018.

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Clark moves on to Castleford

Clark moves on to Castleford

Hull Kingston Rovers can confirm that prop Mitch Clark has been released from his contract with the club and will move to Castleford Tigers from 2018.

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Dacia Magic Weekend to return to Newcastle in 2018

Dacia Magic Weekend to return to Newcastle in 2018

Following the success of the Dacia Magic Weekend in Newcastle over the last three years, Super League (Europe) is delighted to announce the 2018 event will be returning to St James’ Park, Newcastle on Saturday May 19 and Sunday May 20.

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Rovers add promising young duo to ranks

Rovers add promising young duo to ranks

Hull Kingston Rovers have continued to strengthen the first team squad ahead of the club’s return to the Betfred Super League with the capture of highly rated young duo Will Dagger and Connor Williams.

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Club seeking new First Team Physiotherapist

Club seeking new First Team Physiotherapist

Hull Kingston Rovers require a First Team physiotherapist with a particular focus on injury rehabilitation. We are looking for an ambitious and driven practitioner who wants to contribute to the progression of our staff and playing group.

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Sheens: I learned a lot from that

Sheens: I learned a lot from that

Head coach Tim Sheens said he took plenty of information from his side’s performance as a battling Rovers lost out 46-24 at Warrington Wolves in the final game of the 2017 season.

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