Deighton proud of young Robins

Hull KR Academy Coach Kevin Deighton said the skills of the Wests Tigers players and their strength proved the difference in his side's trial match loss in Sydney today. The match was played in cool conditions in 3 x 25 minute periods with no goal kicks taken. Wests Tigers scored 13 tries to 2. "Wests Tigers were outstanding with ball in hand and were good in coming out of their own yardage area,'' he said. "I was so proud of the effort turned in by my boys. They stuck in there right till the very end. I think the game against Wests Ma...

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...
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...