Harrison has the right attitude

10
Jun
Owen Harrison believes attitude can play a key part in Hull KR’s remaining 2019 matches after almost helping the Robins overcoming reigning Betfred Super League champions Wigan Warriors. Competing with one of the toughest packs in the league with great confidence, the 20-year-old was in regular rotation in the forwards and longs to receive more game time following the introduction of head coach, Tony Smith. Despite Harrison’s delight with a strong appearance, Wigan dampened the prop’s mood after slotting a last-minute drop-goal to seal a 19-1...
Hull Kingston Rovers head coach Tony Smith has identified a willingness to...
Hull Kingston Rovers suffered a heartbreaking 19-18 Betfred Super League defeat to...
Hello and welcome to Matchday LIVE – as Hull Kingston Rovers host...

Today’s Match Sponsors – Wigan Warriors

09
Jun
Category - On The Pitch
Main match sponsor –  360 Chartered Accountants 360 is a team of...
Hull Kingston Rovers captain Joel Tomkins insists the squad are fully focused...
Hull Kingston Rovers have named their 19-man squad for Sunday’s Betfred Super...
Hull Kingston Rovers supporters and members have been reacting to the news...
Our new head coach, Tony Smith, first faced Hull KR was on...
A career spanning 18 years, amassing over 400 games, Tony Smith has...
Hull Kingston Rovers are delighted to announce the arrival of Tony Smith...

Club statement – Tim Sheens leaves Hull KR

05
Jun
Category - On The Pitch
Hull Kingston Rovers can confirm that Tim Sheens has left his position...
Following the exciting announcement that Hull Kingston Rovers’ academy is coming back...