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April 25th

Hull FC will begin their defence of the rugby league Challenge Cup away to second-tier Featherstone in the last-16.
They're looking to lift the trophy for the third year running.

April 24th

Hull FC's Bureta Faraimo says he's enjoying the culture here after arriving five months ago.
The winger's been exploring the local area, visiting Bridlington a couple of weeks ago where he tried fish and chips for the first time - he says he'll definitely be having them again.

April 20th

Hull FC have re-signed former player Joe Westerman until the end of the season - although there's an option for the deal to be extended.
It'll be the former England International's second spell with the side, after playing for the club between 2011 and 2015.

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Hull FC are up to fourth in the rugby league Super League table after a 19-18 win over Leeds.
The Black and Whites survived a second-half comeback thanks to a late Marc Sneyd drop-goal.
Head coach Lee Radford says he's proud and pleased with the result, saying the effort level was phenomenal.

April 19th

Hull FC host Leeds Rhinos tonight in the Super League.
Head coach Lee Radford is pleased to welcome back forwards Dean Hadley, Sika Manu and Mark Minichiello from injury.
He says the plan now is to make sure he keeps them out there.

April 18th

Hull FC's Fetuli Talanoa says his fine form this season can be attributed to the practice he's putting in on the training field.
Super League's current leading try scorer - with 12 - he's hoping to carry on the form tomorrow when the Black and Whites host Leeds.

April 17th

Hull FC's coach Lee Radford welcomes back Sika Manu, Mark Minichiello and Dean Hadley into his 19-man squad for Thursday's match against Leeds.
The trio take the places of Danny Washbrook, Jordan Abdull and Jack Downs for the game at the KCOM stadium.

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Hull FC's Masi Matongo says they'll have to play fast to match Leeds, when the two teams meet on Thursday.
Matongo,who celebrated his first senior try for the Black and Whites last week, is keen to keep their unbeaten home record intact.

April 13th

Hull FC are up to fifth in the Super League after beating Widnes 39-20 last night.
They scored three tries in the space of six second half minutes to win.
The visitors were leading 12-8 at the break, but Head coach Lee Radford says he'd have liked to have seen more from his team earlier on.

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Hull FC won for the first time outside the city this season with a 39-20 victory at Widnes last night.
Josh Griffin scored a brace with Masi Matongo scoring his first ever senior try.

April 12th

Hull FC's Mickey Paea says they can use the artificial turf at Widnes tonight to their advantage.
The Black and Whites will be hoping to bounce back from last week's defeat at table-toppers St Helens and win their first game outside of Hull this season.

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Hull FC travel to Widnes tonight looking to bounce back from last week's defeat against the table-toppers St Helens.
Jake Connor believes the Black and Whites are still well and truly in the race for a top four spot, despite an inconsistent start to the season.
FC welcome back Bureta Faraimo and Fetuli Talanoa into the squad tonight.

April 11th

Hull FC's Fetuli Talanoa will play tomorrow's game against Widnes Vikings, despite suffering a calf injury on Friday.
Head Coach Lee Radford confirmed the winger put his hand up to play and has been selected.
Meanwhile Mark Minichello, who missed last Friday's trip to St Helens due to a groin injury, won't be returning tomorrow night.

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Bureta Faraimo returns to action for Hull FC's trip to face Widnes tomorrow night after serving his one match suspension.
He's been named in the Black and Whites' 19 man squad, replacing Brad Fash who suffered a broken jaw in last week's defeat at St Helens.

April 9th

Hull FC's young forward Brad Fash is set for a spell on the sidelines after suffering a broken jaw in Friday's 26-12 defeat at St Helens.
The 22-year-old will undergo surgery and be out of action for several weeks

April 6th

Hull FC's Lee Radford admits tonight's all-important clash against St Helens will be gruelling test.
He's called on his defence to be wary as their opponents are in great form.
But Radford says they're a strong side too ... The Black and Whites are one of only three Super League sides to pick up all four points on offer over Easter.

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Sika Manu looks set to make his return for Hull FC tonight after almost a month out with a calf injury.
The Black and Whites face a tough trip to St Helens - who are currently top of the table.
Manu joins Carlos Tuimavave, Danny Houghton and Jamie Shaul, who are all back in the squad after missing Monday's win over Wakefield.

April 5th

Hull FC captain Danny Houghton looks set to join an elite group of players tomorrow night making his 300th appearance for the Black and Whites.
Should he play, the hooker will join the likes of Richard Horne, Kirk Yeaman, Ned Rogers and Johnny Whiteley.
The Black and Whites face a tough trip to top-of-the-table St Helens on Friday.

April 4th

Hull FC's squad for Friday's trip to St Helens have been announced.
Sika Manu returns after recovering from a calf injury whilst Carlos Tuimavave, Jamie Shaul, Jordan Lane and Danny Houghton are all recalled to the squad after missing out on Monday's win over Wakefield.

April 3rd

A last-minute drop goal from Marc Sneyd in his own half sealed a dramatic 27-26 win for Hull FC against Wakefield yesterday.
It made it an unbeaten Easter period for the Black and Whites, who beat city rivals Hull KR 30-22 on Good Friday.

March 29th

Hull FC welcome Danny Houghton and Mickey Paea into the 19-man squad, with Albert Kelly set to return to his former stomping ground for the first time in an FC shirt.
Over 11,000 fans will be packing Craven Park tomorrow lunchtime as the teams meet for the first time in the league this season.

March 28th

Danny Houghton and Mickey Paea are close to returning from injury for Hull FC and could be back on the pitch for Friday's lunchtime derby with Hull KR.
The Black and Whites assistant coach Andy Last says they've both trained well but will have to pass their respective protocols before being selected to play.

March 27th

Preparations are underway for Super League's first Hull derby of the season.
KR, who are the hosts on Friday lunchtime, will be looking to bounce back from last week's defeat against St Helens.
Meanwhile Hull FC will be looking for back-to-back wins having beaten Catalans in their last outing.

Meanwhile Hull FC's Assistant coach Andy Last says captain Danny Houghton and Mickey Paea are close to making their returns from injury.
 Houghton has missed a long list of games after a calf injury he suffered against Wigan Warriors in New South Wales.
Whilst Paea fractured his hand when Hull suffered a defeat against Castleford Tigers over a month ago

March 26th

Hull FC beat Catalans 42-16 on Friday night.
Head coach Lee Radford was pleased with the players response after last week's defeat at Salford.

March 23rd

Hull FC will be looking to get back to winning ways when they host Super League strugglers Catalan later.
The Black and Whites will welcome playmaker Albert Kelly back into the squad after recovering from concussion.
Head Coach Lee Radford says they'll still have to be on their guard against the league's bottom club.

March 22nd

Hull FC's Albert Kelly will return to the side for tomorrow's clash with Catalan.
He hasn't featured since suffering a concussion against Castleford last month.
Head Coach Lee Radford says it's a big boost to have him back.

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Hull FC have signed Lewis Bienek from London Broncos.
The 19-year-old forward joins on a three and a half year deal but has been loaned back to the capital for the remainder of the season.

March 21st

Brad Fash has signed a three-year contract extension with Hull FC.
Having impressed over the past two seasons, the 22-year old has been rewarded with a new deal that will see him remain at the Black & Whites until 2021.

March 19th

Hull FC's Head Coach Lee Radford was  disappointed with his side's kicking game as they fell to a 24-8 defeat away at Salford.
The defeat leaves the Black and Whites in 9th in the Super league table.
 

March 16th

Hull FC travel to Salford tonight looking to bounce back from last week's narrow defeat at Leeds.
Carlos Tuimavave, who added 2 years to his contract at the Black and Whites earlier this week, says a fast start is key against the Red Devils.

March 15th

Hull FC head coach Lee Radford says he's excited by what the future brings for Masi Matongo and Carlos Tuimavave after both players signed new contracts.
Matongo, who has been named in the England Knights Performance Squad, extends his stay by 3 years, with Tuimavave given a 2 year extension.

March 14th

Hull FC's Liam Watts has left the club and joined Super League rivals Castleford. 
The prop forward  joins the Tigers on a three-year deal until the end of the 2020 season.
 

March 9th

Hull FC's Head Coach was pleased with his side's performance last night, despite the result.
The Black and Whites went down 20-16 to reigning Super League champions - Leeds Rhinos.
Lee Radford said he was disappointed with the loss but happy with his side's effort.

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Hull FC head coach Lee Radford was irritated his side failed to heed a warning about Leeds' tendency to start games on the front foot.
They almost fought back to get a positive Super League result after going 20-points-to-6 down - but lost 20-16.

March 8th

Hull FC are hoping to break a run of over a decade without a win at Headingley when they face Leeds tonight.
The Black and Whites marked their return from Australia with a 21-12 victory over Warrington last week.
Assistant coach Andy Last is looking for the Black and Whites first back-to-back wins of the season:

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Hull FC's assistant coach Andy Last says Jack Logan is like a new player having missed the 2017 campaign with a knee injury.
The outside back has been named in the side for tonight's trip to Leeds as the Black and Whites look to make it back-to-back wins.

March 7th

Hull FC's Scott Taylor's been named in England's rugby league's elite performance squad.
Josh Bowden, Jake Connor, Dean Hadley, Masi Matongo and Jamie Shaul for the England Knights performance squad.
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Hull FC's assistant coach says the team aren't paying too much attention to their 11 year winless run at Headlingley.
The Black and Whites travel to Leeds tomorrow looking for back to back Super League wins.
Assistant Andy Last says they'll be up for the game:

March 6th

Chris Green and Jack Logan have been named in Hull FC's squad for the trip to Leeds on Thursday.
It's Logan's first time inclusion this season, having missed the entire 2017 campaign with a knee injury.
The Black and Whites are without Liam Watts, who's been banned for three games for head-butting Dom Crosby in last week's win against Warrington.
Bureta Faraimo also misses out through injury.

March 5th

Hull FC's Scott Taylor says the team still need to improve their peformances despite beating Warrington.
They won 21-12 after the Wolves had Declan Patton sent off.
Hull prop Liam Watts was dismissed late in the game for a headbutt.
Taylor says they need to be more clinical.

March 4th

Hull FC came out on top against Warrington in rugby league's Super League, but their match was marred by red cards.
They won 21-12 after Warrington had Declan Patton sent off.
But just before the end, Hull prop Liam Watts was dismissed for a headbutt.

March 2nd

Hull FC take on Warrington in the Super League later looking to break a run of three straight defeats.
Head Coach Lee Radford says his team are ready for a tough test.

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Hull FC's head coach Lee Radford says they will have to be at their best to beat Warrington tonight.
The Black and Whites are looking to break a run of three straight defeats.
Radford is expecting a tough game:

March 1st

Hull FC's Academy graduate Brad Fash is hoping to continue his strong form from last year having made 23 appearance for the Black and Whites.
Fash has been named in the squad to host Warrington tomorrow.

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