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November 24th

Hull KR have confirmed hooker Zach Dockar-Clay has been released from his contract to return to Australia.
He's agreed to join Townsville Blackhawks for 2018.
Dockar-Clay made 19 appearances for the Robins last season, scoring six tries.

November 15th

Hull KR have signed French academy half-back Thibaul Franck.
The 18-year-old joins on a one-year deal from Catalans Dragons.

November 10th

Hull KR's Head Coach says there's going to be a lift in intensity now that they're in the Super League.
Tim Sheens says the coaching staff, players and club are revving up for more intense games.
He added that building that intensity will be the theme of pre-season.

November 9th

Pre-season training begins at Hull KR this morning.
The majority of the squad are due to return on Friday but there'll be some delayed arrivals.
Four of the Robins players are on international duty with Scotland for the World Cup and new signing Danny McGuire will be joining the team later this month, after leading his Leeds Rhinos side to victory in the Grand Final.

November 2nd

Hull KR say they'll continue their partnership with League One side York City Knights in 2018.
The clubs' dual registration means they'll continue to share players as well as resources - such as access to training facilities in the new season.


Hull KR's new signing, Danny McGuire, is excited about playing his part on the field for the club's return to the Super League. 
The former Leeds Rhinos Skipper joins the Robins on a two-year contract from next year.
McGuire spent over 20 years in Leeds and says it'll be strange returning to Headingley and going into the away changing room for the first time. 

October 26th

New Hull KR signing Jordan Walne says breaking into the top eight of the Super League would be a good start following their promotion.
The 24 year old  joins the Robins on a one-year contract from Salford.
Walne previously worked with Robins head coach Tim Sheens during his time at the Red Devils.

October 25th

Hull KR have signed Tommy Lee and Jordan Walne for their return to Super League.
Hull-born Lee joins from St Helens, having come through the ranks at city rivals FC, while Walne has signed from Salford.

Meanwhile Tommy Lee says he’s confident of playing some of the best rugby of his career at KCOM Craven Park after joining the Robins on a two-year deal.
The 29-year-old came through the academyat Hull FC and has gone on to represent several clubs before joining the Robins on a two year deal from St Helens.

October 20th

Hull KR Chairman, Neil Hudgell, says they need to be patient and get their recruitment right.
He says the Robins are an evolving club and they can't keep everyone as they bring new faces in.
It follows the recent departures of Mitch Clark and Liam Harris.

October 19th

Castleford have signed rugby league prop Mitch Clark from Hull KR on a two-year contract.
He joins the Grand Final runners-up after helping Rovers secure an immediate return to the Super League last season.


Hull KR's Liam Harris moving to a Kingstone Press League One club from next year after signing a two-year contract.
The half-back, who made his first team debut for the Robins earlier this season, turned down the offer of a new deal with KR.

October 18th

Rugby league Super League Grand Final runners-up Castleford have re-signed Jamie Ellis on a three-year deal.
The half-back had three seasons with the Tigers between 2012 and 2014 and spent the whole of last season on loan at Hull KR.

It's been announced Hull KR will face Hull FC at next year's Magic Weekend which will be held at Newcastle's St James' Park.
The Hull derby will close the weekend of rugby in May, with the kick-off at 5.30.


Hull KR winger Will Oakes will play for Scotland in this year's Rugby League World Cup.
The 18 year old has been drafted in to replace Ryan Brierley after initially missing out on selection.
He flew out to Australia yesterday, where he'll meet up with fellow KR players Danny Addy, Ben Kavanagh and Kieran Moran who've also been included in the squad.

October 17th

Hull KR coach Tim Sheens has flown out to the Rugby League World Cup in Australia with a brief to bring some quality into the club.
Chairman Neil Hudgell says they are looking to bring in 4 or 5 key recruitments in the next few weeks.
The Robins return to Super League after finishing third in the Qualifiers.

October 11th

Hull KR trio Kieran Moran, Danny Addy & Ben Kavanagh have been named in the Scotland squad for Rugby League World Cup in Australia.
Scotland begin their campaign against Tonga on the 29th of October.

October 10th

Hull KR have strengthened the squad for their return to Super League with the arrival of young duo Will Dagger and Connor Williams.
Dagger joins the Robins from Warrington on a three-year deal while Williams comes on a one-year contract from Salford.

September 27th

Hull KR Captain Shaun Lunt was named  Player of the Year at the clubs annual awards ceremony last night.
Prop Nick Scruton received the Players’ Player of the Year award, with  Andrew Heffernan picking up the Young Player of the Year.

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