Sandercock expecting results

13
Jan
Wigan Warriors visit Craven Park this Sunday (KO 3pm) and despite it being a ‘friendly', Robins' Head Coach Craig Sandercock is expecting it to be an intense encounter. Having fielded a predominantly young side at Featherstone a week ago, Sandercock will select a much more experienced team on Sunday. "Most of the players who didn't play at Featherstone last weekend will play against Wigan on Sunday," he said. "Having said that, there are a couple of boys carrying niggling injuries so we're going to have a look at them on Satur...

Cash turnstiles available for Wigan game

11
Jan
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Supporters are reminded that they can pay on the day for the...

On the hunt for community heroes

11
Jan
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Do you know someone who’s made a real positive difference to your...

Deighton proud of young Robins

11
Jan
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Hull KR Academy Coach Kevin Deighton said the skills of the Wests...

Sandercock satisfied with his young side

08
Jan
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They may not have come out on the right side of the...

Young Robins beaten at Featherstone

08
Jan
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Despite Chris Heil and James Green both collecting debut tries, a young...

Come and meet the boys

06
Jan
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Blake Green, Craig Hall and Kris Welham will be visiting the Holderness...

Sandercock looking forward to first hit out

06
Jan
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The build-up to the 2012 campaign begins in earnest on Sunday when...

Fans forum supports Oz project

04
Jan
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The unofficial Hull KR Fans Forum has backed the club’s Australian Youth...

Robinettes auditions coming soon

04
Jan
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Robinettes auditions for the 2012 season will be held on Tuesday 10th...
The Robins will get their pre-season fixtures underway this coming Sunday (January...

Hospitality available at Featherstone

03
Jan
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Featherstone Rovers RLFC are inviting Hull Kingston Rovers supporters to join them...