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December 11th

Hull KR's Shaun Lunt has returned to light training after suffering an abscess in his spine which has ruled him out since last season. It left the red and whites skipper in hospital for several weeks. He says he's taking baby steps to see how his body reacts.

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Hull KR have announced that Craven Park is set to remain closed, until at least the end of the week.
Last month, a floodlight pylon toppled over inside the ground.
Work on the remaining floodlights is due to take place this week.

December 7th

Hull KR's Craven Park stadium is closed until further notice.
It's after a floodlight pylon fell down last week.
The club says the decision's been made for safety reasons with adverse weather forecast.

December 5th

The North Stand at Hull KR's Craven Park stadium remains closed after a flood light pylon fell down last week.
The club say the West Stand is partially open. No-one was injured.

December 4th

In rugby league, City of Hull Academy player Cameron Scott has been called up for the England Academy squad to face Australian Schoolboys.
England will play a two-match series at the Leigh Sports Village this Saturday.
Hull FC’s Jack Brown and Hull KR’s Elliot Wallis were out of contention because of injuries.

November 26th

Hull KR's Joel Tomkins says the squad can begin to gel after a busy summer on the transfer front.
The Robins have been very active over the summer, with the more recent arrivals being Kane Linnett and Mitch Garbutt.
Tomkins says the squad is aiming for silverware, after his three-year contract extension was announced this weekend.

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Hull KR's Joel Tomkins says he jumped at the chance to sign a three-year extension with the club.
Tomkins joined on a short-term deal from Wigan Warriors in June, but will now be with the club until 2021.
The 31-year-old says he wants to win a trophy with the club in the coming years.

November 21st

Hull KR will play 2 friendlies at Craven Park ahead of the 2019 Super League season.
The Robins host Widnes and Toronto in January, with the latter being captain's Shaun Lunt testimonial.

November 15th

Hull KR have confirmed the signing of former NRL Grand Final winner Kane Linnett.
Linnett, who signs a three-year-deal, won the Aussie Grand Final for North Queensland Cowboys in 2015.
The 29-year-old says he'll use his experiences to help the younger players, and wants to win the Super League title with the Robins.

November 14th

Hull KR have confirmed the signing of Mitch Garbutt, who joins from Leeds Rhinos on a three-year-deal.
The 29-year-old Prop is KR's fourth signing of the off-season.
Garbutt says he'll fit in well, and that he's looking forward to the derby against Hull FC.

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Hull KR's Magic weekend opponents have been revealed.
They'll face Salford Red Devils on the Sunday May 26th. 
The weekend heads to a new ground for the first time since 2015, with Anfield in Liverpool set to host the games.

November 6th

Hull KR and Hull FC will meet in their opening Super League clash next year.
The Robins will play host on Friday the 1st of February, with the game on TV.
It's one of three local derbies, with the fixtures and venue for the Magic Weekend still to be confirmed.

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Hull KR and Hull FC are due to find out their fixtures for next season later on today.
The teams will be joined by London Broncos - who were promoted this year after beating Toronto in the Million Pound Game.

October 31st

Hull KR's Chris Atkin and Robbie Mulhern have been named in the England Knights squad to face Papua New Guinea on Saturday.
Paul Anderson has made six changes to the team who won the first match last weekend.

October 23rd

Hull KR's Chris Atkin and Robbie Mulhern have been named in the starting line-up for England Knight's first test against Papua New Guinea.
The Knights fly out on Thursday, before the first match on Saturday.

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Jamie Peacock has left Hull KR as head of rugby after three years at Craven Park.
He says he's had a fantastic time at the Robins in which he's learnt a lot about himself, Hull and the club.
Peacock says he'll remain involved by working in leadership development programmes with the likes of Sewell's and delivering health and wellbeing programmes for NHS Hull CCG.

October 18th

England ran out 44-6 winners against France last night.
Hull KR's Robbie Mulhern made his international debut in Leigh.

October 17th

England will give debuts to eight players in their rugby league friendly with France tonight.
Hull KR's Robbie Mulhern is set to make his debut, he's on the bench for tonights game.
The match in Leigh is a warm up, for their three tests against New Zealand later this month, the first of which will be played at the KCOM Stadium on October 27th.

October 15th

Hull KR's Robbie Mulhern has been called up into the England squad.
He's in the first team squad to face France this week, before he rejoin the England Knights, before their 3-week tour.

October 11th

Hull KR have revealed Craig Hall and Nick Scruton will be extended their stays at the Robins next season.
However Chris Clarkson, Ben Kavanagh, Danny Tickle, James Donaldson, Matty Marsh and Liam Salter are all departing the club.
The Red and Whites secured their status in rugby league's top flight with a 30-0 win against Widnes nearly a fortnight ago.

October 5th

It was a night to remember for Hull KR's Adam Quinlan at their end of season awards ceremony.
The 25-year-old picked up Player of the Year, Players' Player of the Year, and two other awards.
Robbie Mulhern was named Young Player of the Year.
KR secured their Super League status for next season by beating Widnes 30-0 at the weekend.

October 3rd

Two KR have been named in the England Knights squad to face Papua New Guinea.
Chris Atkin and Robbie Mulhern leave in just over a fortnight to their Brisbane Broncos training base.

October 1st

Hull KR's head coach has praised the talent and resilience of the club after they secured their Super League status at the weekend.
The Robins needed to beat Widnes by 14 points to be guaranteed top flight rugby in 2019 - they won 30-0.
Tim Sheens says this was done despite losing several key players.

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Hull KR Head Coach Tim Sheens says he's already planning for next season, after the Robins secured their Super League status yesterday.
KR won 30-0 against Widnes Vikings, which ensured a top 3 finish in the Qualifiers.
Sheens says he'll be interviewing out of contract players this week, with a handful of players expected to arrive.

September 28th

Hull KR Head Coach Tim Sheens has named his 19-man squad to face Widnes Vikings on Sunday.
Shaun Lunt, who has been hospitalised with an infection, is replaced by Maurice Blair, who returns following a calf injury.
Robbie Mulhern, Joel Tomkins and Blair will all be assessed before tomorrow's final training session.

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Hull KR's captain Shaun Lunt's been hospitalised with a serious infection and is undergoing treatment that will rule him out for the rest of the season.
Lunt was taken to hospital yesterday and is currently being treated whilst undergoing further tests.

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Hull KR winger Craig Hall is remaining positive ahead of this Sunday's big match against Widnes Vikings, backing his teammates to show their quality.
The Robins must better Toronto's result this weekend to guarantee Super League status for next season. Should they not they could face the Million Pound Game.

September 27th

Hull KR's Craig Hall says he's not thinking about the consequences of a defeat to Widnes Vikings on Sunday.
An automatic place in the top flight, relegation to the Championship and a place at home or away in the Million Pound Game, are all mathematically possible for Rovers.

September 24th

Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens says they got into quicksand, and couldn't get out on Saturday, when they threw away a 19-0 lead to lose 34-23 against Toulouse.
It means the Robins need to beat Widnes and hope Toronto lose their final match, to avoid the Million Pound Game.

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Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens says they got into quicksand and couldn't get out on Saturday when they threw away a 19-0 lead to lose 34-23 against Toulouse.
It means the Robins need to beat Widnes and hope Toronto lose their final match, to avoid the Million Pound Game.

September 21st

Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens predicts this weekend's action will be the key round in the Super 8's Qualifiers.
The Robins head to Toulouse on Saturday looking for a fifth straight win in the competition.
A victory could secure Super League rugby next season, should Toronto fail to beat Widnes on the same day.

September 20th

Hull KR welcome back Mose Masoe, Danny McGuire and Ben Crooks to their 19 man squad for the trip to France on Saturday.
The Robins face Toulouse hoping for a fifth straight victory in their quest for Super League rugby next season.

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Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens says they can't underestimate Toulouse when the team's meet in the Qualifiers on Saturday.
The Robins are currently third in the table - four points ahead of their French opposition, and have 2 points more than fourth place Toronto.
The top three are guaranteed Super League status next year, while fourth have to play fifth for the final spot.

September 19th

Hull KR's head coach Tim Sheens has given an update on three players who have had operations in the last few days.
Justin Carney, Adam Quinlan and Lee Jewitt have all needed treatment after recent injuries.
Although it's hoped Jewitt could be back for early next season, Quinlan could be missing for up to 12 months.

September 17th

Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens hopes Danny McGuire will be back in the team for the trip to France on Saturday.
McGuire pulled out just days before the Robins victory over London Broncos in their quest for Super League status next year.

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Hull KR Head Coach Tim Sheens says his team had to grind out another win, which they did on Saturday.
The Robins secured their fourth win in a row, with a 30-18 win against London Broncos.
Sheens says he was happy with the win, given recent injuries. 

September 14th

Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens has made four-changes to the squad for tomorrow's Qualifiers clash with London.
The Robins are without Adam Quinlan, Mose Masoe, Lee Jewitt and Justin Carney for the match.
Coming back to the squad are James Donaldson, Will Oakes, Danny Tickle and Ben Crooks.

September 13th

Hull FC and Hull KR have joined forces to condemn the current structure of Super League ahead of a crucial vote on Friday.
The chairmen of both clubs have issued a joint statement, urging the organisation to adopt proposals made by the Super League, which would involve scrapping qualifiers.
The heads of all Rugby League clubs will meet in Salford on Friday to discuss the proposals.

September 10th

Hull KR remain on course to retain their rugby league Super League status.
They've joined Leeds on 6 points in the Qualifiers after a 38-24 win at home to Halifax.

Despite the vital 2 points, the Robins have been hit by potentially season ending injuries to Adam Quinlan and Justin Carney.
The duo and Mose Masoe will all miss this weekend's match against London.

September 7th

Hull KR's head coach Tim Sheens has issued his team a warning not to underestimate Halifax on Sunday.
The Robins host a team without a win in the Qualifiers and on the back of an excellent win at Leeds last week.

September 6th

Justin Carney has revealed he's leaving Hull KR at the end of this season.
He will return back to Australia to be closer to his family, and has vowed to give back to the country communities that gave him so much at the start of his career.
On the pitch and he's determined to end on a high over the next four weeks - starting with the Robins match against Halifax on Sunday.

September 3rd

Hull KR Head Coach Tim Sheens says it was hard to pick a man of the match, thanks to several excellent performances in the win at Leeds Rhinos.
KR won 38-36 against the West Yorkshire side in the Super League Qualifiers.

August 31st

Hull KR's Danny McGuire says he looking forward to taking on his former-club Leeds Rhinos tomorrow.
McGuire won eight Grand Finals with the Rhinos, but will go up against them tomorrow in the Super Eight Qualifiers.
He says he'll stay focuses on the job at hand.

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Hull KR's Lee Jewitt and Todd Carney have been ruled out of this weekend's clash with Leeds Rhinos.
The duo have failed to recover from concussion and calf injuries respectively, but are likely to face Halifax next weekend.
Back row forward James Donaldson has also been ruled out for a further two or three weeks, having suffered a broken foot against Toronto.

August 30th

Hull KR have named Maurice Blair and Justin Carney in their 19-man squad for the Leeds Rhinos game.
Blair returns from suspension, whereas Carney has recovered from an ankle injury.
Shaun Lunt is expected to feature, despite missing out against Toronto Wolfback with a minor knock.

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Hull KR face a tricky trip to Leeds in the Qualifiers on Saturday.
The Robins will be looking to build on the win in Canada against Toronto a fortnight ago.

August 23rd

Hull KR's Andrew Heffernan has praised the club and supporters for their immense support on news he's left the club to continue his recovery from concussion.
The 23-year-old's been released from his contract and returned to Australia as he still experiences symptoms in day-to-day life.
KR's head coach Tim Sheens is sorry to see him go but is fully understanding and supportive of his decision.

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Hull KR's Andrew Heffernan has been released from his contract, and has returned to Australia to continue his recovery from concussion.
The 23-year-old hasn't feature for the Robins since April, and still experiences symptoms in day-to-day life.
Heffernan says he'll take a break from playing to focus on his health.

August 20th

Hull KR Head Coach Tim Sheens says it was vital for the Robins to take a win in Toronto.
KR battled to 28-22 victory against the Wolfpack on Saturday.
Sheens says facing Leeds on the back of two defeats would have been a massive ask.

August 17th

Hull KR's Adam Quinlan says Toronto Wolfpack will provide a tough test tomorrow.
The Robins face the Wolfpack tomorrow in their second Super Eight's Qualifiers game.

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Hull KR have arrived in Toronto ahead of their historic game against Toronto Wolfpack.
Head Coach Tim Sheens says they'll need to manage the pressure.
It's the first time a Super League club will face the Wolfpack in Canada.

August 16th

Hull KR have named their 19-man squad for the trip to Toronto.
Mose Masoe returns from suspension, Joe Wardill is preferred to Will Oakes.
Todd Carney will miss the trip with a calf tear sustained against Salford.
KR flew out today, as they prepare to face the Wolfpack and Saturday.

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Hull KR's head coach says his side has plenty of big game experience. 
The Robins face Toronto Wolfpack on Saturday in their second Super Eights Qualifiers game.
Tim Sheens says every decision will be important.

August 15th

Hull KR Head Coach Tim Sheens says his side need to manage the pressure against Toronto Wolfpack.
It's the Robins' second game in the Super Eight Qualifiers.
Sheens says the trip will be a good experience for the players:

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Hull KR Head Coach Tim Sheens says his side can't use the time difference and travel as an excuse this weekend.
The Robins travel to Toronto this week looking to bounce back from last week's defeat against Salford in the Super League Qualifiers.
Sheens says they're a strong team.

August 14th

Hull KR Head Coach Tim Sheens says every on-pitch decision is important as the Robins prepare to take on Toronto Wolfpack.
KR face the Canadian side in their second Super Eights Qualifiers game.
Sheens says the travel can't be used as an excuse.

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Hull KR's Danny Tickle has been issued with a caution for dangerous contact in last week's loss against Salford.
The Red and Whites will be looking to bounce back when they take on Canada's Toronto at the weekend.

August 13th

Hull KR have confirmed that all of their players have been granted visas to travel to Toronto.
The Robins play against the Wolfpack in the Super Eight's qualifiers on Saturday.

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Hull KR lost at home to Salford in their opening Qualifiers match.
Head coach Tim Sheens frustrating would put it mildly after the 28-10 defeat.

August 10th

Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens is expecting an intense start to the Robins' Qualifiers campaign against Salford tonight
A top three finish in the Qualifiers will guarantee Super League rugby next season.

August 9th

Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens is expecting this year's Qualifiers to be the toughest yet as 8 clubs fight for 4 Super League places.
The competition kicks off tonight when Widnes host London.
The Robins open their campaign tomorrow night when they host Salford.

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Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens says preparations are going well ahead of the start of the campaign for Super League status next season.
The Robins host Salford tomorrow night.
A top three finish in the Qualifiers will guarantee Super League rugby next season.
Fourth and fifth place and KR will face the Million Pound game. Any lower and Rovers will be in the Championship next season.

August 8th

Several senior players return to Hull KR's 19-man squad for their opening Qualifiers clash against Salford Red Devils on Friday.
Junior Vaivai, Danny McGuire, Shaun Lunt and Joel Tomkins are among those set to play in round one.
Among those who will be missing is Maurice Blair, who pleaded guilty to the contrary behaviour charge in the derby victory against Hull FC.

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Hull KR's Maurice Blair has been suspended for two matches, meaning he'll miss Friday's game with Salford and the trip to Toronto.
Blair challenged the grading of his 'Other Contrary Behaviour' charge, which was downgraded from Grade D to C. 

August 1st

Hull KR kick off their campaign for Super League status next season with the visit of Salford a week on Friday.
Nine days later the Robins travel to Canada to face Toronto in the Qualifiers.

July 27th

Hull KR have strengthened the club ahead of the qualifiers with the signings of Craig Hall and Ben Crooks for the rest of the season from Leigh.
Robins trio Will Dagger, Josh Johnson and Jordan Walne are heading on loan in the opposite direction.
Meanwhile on the pitch it is derby day tonight with both Hull KR and Hull FC looking to bounce back from defeats last week.
Hull KR's Liam Salter's looking forward to it, even though the result will not change the Robins' 10th place finish in the regular season:

July 24th

Hull KR's Robbie Mulhern has been called up to the England Knights Performance squad for the first time. 
The 31-man squad also includes FC's Dean Hadley, Jamie Shaul and Masi Matongo, and KR's Chris Atkin. 
The squad will take on Papua New Guinea in two matches later this year. 
Black and Whites duo Jake Connor and Scott Taylor are in the Elite Performance Squad. 

July 23rd

Hull KR have been dealt a blow for this Friday's derby by news James Greenwood, Danny McGuire and Mose Masoe are all banned.
The positive news for the Robins is the fact new signing Todd Carney has trained with the club for the first time and could feature against FC.

July 20th

Hull KR host Warrington tonight in what is a must win game should they want to keep alive hopes of a top 8 finish.
The Robins have made two changes to the squad - with Junior Vaivai and Lee Jewitt returning and Tommy Lee and Justin Carney missing with injuries.

July 16th

Hull KR Head Coach Tim Sheens says he was proud of his players following their 26-24 win over Widnes Vikings.
The Robins battled hot conditions and a number of injuries to record their third straight victory.

July 13th

Hull KR coach Tim Sheens believes tomorrow's trip to Widnes is a test of his team's mental strength.
They're chasing the third straight win of the Super League - he says that the Vikings are a strong team on their home turf and the Rovers need to not get complacent after their recent string of victories.

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Hull KR forward Lee Jewitt has signed a two-year contract extension.
The deal will keep the 31-year-old at KR until the end of the 2020 season.

July 12th

Hull KR have named their 19 man squad to face Widnes Vikings on Saturday.
Rovers are without winger Ryan Shaw who has a knee ligiment injury, and Junior Vaivai is also absent.
Chris Clarkson makes his return, after missing KR's victory over Salford due to a chest infection.

July 9th

Hull KR cruised to a 52-22 victory against Salford Red Devils last night.
A Danny McGuire hat-tricks helped the Robins record a comfortable win to keep their top eight hopes alive.

July 6th

Will Dagger and Will Oakes return to Hull KR's squad for Sunday's match against Salford Red Devils.
They replace Lee Jewitt and Chris Clarkson as the Robins look to make it back-to-back wins.

July 5th

Hull KR's Adam Quinlan has signed a new contract, which will keep him at the club until the end of the 2020 season.
The 25-year-old said he's looking to breaking into the top half of Super League with the Robins in the next couple of years.

July 4th

Hull KR's Junior Vaivai say's the clubs supporters played a big part in his decision to stay at the club.
Yesterday the centre signed a two-year contract extension. He said he and his team mates are lucky to have such a loyal fanbase.

July 3rd

Hull KR centre Junior Vai Vai says it wasn't a hard decision to extend his stay with the Robins until the end of the 2020 season.
He says he's enjoying his time at the red and whites and owes it to the club for giving him the opportunity to start with.

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Hull KR's Junior Vai vai has signed a two-year contract extension, taking his deal to the end on the 2020 season.
The USA international has scored seven tries in 11 appearances so far this season.

July 2nd

Hull KR Head Coach Tim Sheens says a good first performance laid to foundations for a comfortable victory against Huddersfield Giants.
The Robins won 37-10 on Friday night.

 

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