HOME RECORD IS VITAL FOR 2019 SUCCESS SAY SHEENS

Ahead of tomorrow afternoon’s clash with Salford Red Devils, head coach Tim Sheens is pursuing a big defensive performance as his Robins line up against a powerful Salford side. The 68-year-old looks to continue his sides winning start to the season as we dance with the Devils in 24 hours-time at KCOM Craven Park, whilst improving on last week’s outing against London Broncos.

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SQUAD ANNOUNCEMENT - SALFORD RED DEVILS

Tim Sheens has revealed his 19-man squad set to face Salford Red Devils this Saturday in the fourth round of the Betfred Super League – 3.00pm kick-off.

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HALL WANTS MORE AFTER BRONCOS VICTORY

Hull Kington Rovers’ Craig Hall believes the side still have lessons to learn despite claiming their second win in three games against the London Broncos. Hall spoke of the mistakes the side made and how head coach Tim Sheens inspired the side at the break.

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MITCH GARBUTT DOUBLE SECURES VICTORY OVER LONDON

The Red and Whites made a flying start, posting points inside the first three minutes in just their second set of the game. On the back of a 90-metre first set from the kick-off, Nathan Mason fumbled on London’s first tackle and a couple of plays later, Josh Drinkwater sent Kane Linnett powering over.

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HOME RECORD IS VITAL FOR 2019 SUCCESS SAYS SHEENS

22
Feb
Category - On The Pitch
Ahead of tomorrow afternoon’s clash with Salford Red Devils, head coach Tim...
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SQUAD ANNOUNCEMENT – SALFORD RED DEVILS

21
Feb
Category - On The Pitch
Tim Sheens has revealed his 19-man squad set to face Salford Red...

HALL WANTS MORE AFTER BRONCOS VICTORY

19
Feb
Category - On The Pitch
Hull Kington Rovers’ Craig Hall believes the side still have lessons to...

FLAT SECOND HALF COSTS THE ROBINS DEAR

16
Apr
Rovers had the better of the early exchanges in the East Hull sun, enjoying a spell of good field position after consecutive Salford errors in the opening four minutes. Craig Hall almost converted it into points as he tip-toed down the sideline before touching down, only to see the touch judge’s flag raised for a foot on the whitewash. The Rovers faithful didn’t have to wait long for the opening points though, as a great offload from Mose Masoe put the returning Joel Tomkins into a gap. The Red Devils got back to drag Ryan Shaw down, but as the ba...

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