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June 18th

Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens says the team are ready for some R&R following a dramatic 24-24 draw at Castleford yesterday.
The Robins, who came back from 14-0 down against the Tigers, have had a tough 5 weeks with up to 14 players missing with injury at times.
KR now have a weekend off for the mid-season international between England and New Zealand in Denver.

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Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens says his side showed character to take a point at Castleford Tigers.
The Robins trailed 14-0, but recovered to draw 24-24 with the West Yorkshire side.

June 15th

Hull KR's new signing Joel Tomkins has been named in the 19-man squad to face Castleford tigers on Sunday.
Shaun Lunt and Lee Jewitt are recalled, after both recovered from injury.

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Hull KR Head Coach Tim Sheens says that his latest signing has fitted in well.
Joel Tomkins joined the Robins this week, following his exit from Wigan Warriors after a video emerged showing him being abusive to bar staff.
Sheens says Tomkins could be involved straight away with Sunday's trip to Castleford

June 14th

Hull KR's Joel Tomkins has said he is looking forward to moving following his Wigan Warriors exit.
Tomkins left Wigan following the emergence of a video in which he was abusive to bar staff.

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Head coach Tim Sheens revealed that Andrew Heffernan has been advised to sit out the rest of the season.
Heffernan suffered a concussion during a match in April, and hasn't made an appearance since.

June 13th

Hull KR have signed promising young winger Elliot Wallis on a three-year contract from next year.
The 18-year-old has made the step up from the City of Hull Academy, having already made three first-team appearances for the Robins this year.

June 11th

Hull KR have signed Joel Tomkins until the end of the 2019 season.
The forward left Wigan Warriors following an off-the-field incident which led to him being suspended and fined.

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Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens insists there's no issues within the club from the point of view of morale.
That's despite the Robins falling to their 13th defeat of the season, when they went down 26-4 at St Helens.
Sheens says they've been boosted by news Shaun Lunt and Danny McGuire could feature against Castleford this week.

June 8th

Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens has prioritised matching St Helens' forwards in tomorrows clash.
The Super League leaders are seeking an eight straight victory.

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Hull KR's Kieren Moss has joined Championship side Halifax on loan for the rest of the season so he gets more regular game time.
Moss will not be allowed to play against the Robins, should the two clubs meet in the Super 8's Qualifiers.
Meanwhile tonight KR face a tough trip to St Helens.

June 7th

Hull KR hooker Tommy Lee has been ruled out of tomorrow's trip to St Helens.
Tommy was initially named in the 19-man squad but has hamstring, back and shoulder injuries

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Hull KR's captain Shaun Lunt has been awarded with a testimonial by the RFL.
The 31-year-old is the current Rovers Player of the Year and has over 300 career appearances.

June 6th

Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens has made three changes to his sqaud to face St Helens on Friday.
Josh Johnson has been recalled following his suspension, and is joined by Matty Marsh and Elliot Wallis.

June 4th

Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens says the team's decision making was just not good enough in the 42-14 defeat to Castleford Tigers on Friday.
It leaves the Robins 3 points behind 8th placed Huddersfield.

June 1st

Hull KR are looking for back-to-back wins for the first time this season when they host Castleford Tigers tonight.
The Robins hope to build on last week's impressive win against Wigan.
Head coach Tim Sheens expects a tough match.

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Hull KR will welcome the Castleford Tigers tonight.
The Robins will be looking to back up last week's impressive win against Wigan as they look to make it into Super League's top eight.
Head coach Tim Sheens says that the Tigers will provide a considerable threat.

May 31st

Hull KR will host Castleford Tigers tonight in the Super League.
Head coach Tim Sheens says that the team must re-focus ahead of the game.

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Hull KR will be without the injured Justin Carney and suspended Josh Johnson for the visit of Castleford Tigers on Friday.
Elliot Wallis is also rotated this week with Ryan Shaw, Kieren Moss and Aaron Smith replacing the trio.
The teams will be competing for the inaugural Roger Millward Trophy.

May 29th

Hull KR's head coach Tim Sheens hopes to have Ryan Shaw, Kieren Moss and Will Oakes back in contention for Friday's visit of Castleford Tigers.
But the Robins will be without Justin Carney, who broke his hand in last week's impressive win against Wigan.

May 25th

Hull KR's Ben Kavanagh could make his 250th career tonight against Wigan Warriors.
The Scottish international came through the youth ranks at the Warriors.

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Hull KR will be looking for revenge when they host Wigan Warriors tonight for the second time in a fortnight.
The Warriors knocked the Robins out of the Challenge Cup earlier this month, winning 28-10.

May 24th

Justin Carney and Junior Vaivai have been named in Hull KR's 19-man squad for the visit of Wigan on Friday.
The Robins will be looking for revenge against the Warriors, who knocked them out of the Challenge Cup a fortnight ago.

May 23rd

Hull KR have been boosted by news that Junior Vaivai's injury in the loss to FC on Sunday isn't as serious as first feared and he could face Wigan on Friday.
Head coach Tim Sheens also says Justin Carney is in contention for the match.

May 22nd

Hull KR's head coach says he's not prepared to accept Middle 8's just yet, despite currently sitting bottom of the Super League table.
The Robins have won just 3 games on their return to rugby league's top flight.
Tim Sheens says everybody's hurting at the moment, but they won't give up.

May 21st

Hull KR's Head Coach says they need to address not being big or strong enough to defend errors if they want to improve.
It's after they lost to Hull FC 34-16 over the Magic Weekend.
Tim Sheens admits everybody's hurting at the moment, but the situation is what it is and they won't give up, despite sitting bottom of the league table.

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Hull KR are seven Super League derby games without a win against city rivals Hull FC after losing 34-22 at the Magic Weekend.
Robins boss Tim Sheens criticised a poor completion rate and says Hull FC were too big and too strong.

May 18th

It's derby day on Sunday when depleted Hull FC and Hull KR squads meet at the Magic Weekend in Newcastle.
Hull KR are missing several key players - as they look to break a run of six league matches without a win against FC

May 16th

Tributes have been paid to former Hull KR chairman Colin McNicol who has died.
Current chairman Neil Hudgell says no-one has played a bigger part than Colin in ensuring the Robins remains a leading light in the game.

May 15th

Hull KR have been boosted by news that Danny Tickle will be able to face former club FC this weekend after being issued with a Grade A penalty notice following his sending last Sunday.
The club has also revealed the injury to Robbie Mulhern is not as bad as first feared.
There were concerns he'd miss the rest of the season, but he's suffered a grade 2 medial ligament injury and is facing up to 2 months out.

May 14th

Hull KR's head coach Tim Sheens has praised his teams effort but regret some of the execution in the 28-10 defeat in the Challenge Cup against Wigan.
The Robins played the second half with 12 men, after Danny Tickle was sent off on half time.
They've also been dealt blows with an ankle injury to Mose Masoe, James Greenwood with concussion and Robbie Mulhern with a suspected anterior cruciate ligament injury which could rule him out the rest of the season.

May 11th

Hull KR face a tough match against Wigan in the Challenge Cup on Sunday.
The Robins are trying to break a run of 2 games without a win.

May 8th

Hull KR lost 54-18 at Wakefield.

May 4th

Hull KR's Joe Wardill has agreed an extension with the club until the end of 2021.
The promising young player has signed a new three-year contract, despite having 18 months remaining on his existing deal.

May 3rd

Hull KR have been boosted by news winger Will Oakes has extended his contract with the club.
The 19-year-old England Academy international has penned a deal until the end of the 2021 season.

May 2nd

Hull KR have signed young St Helens hooker Aaron Smith on a one-month loan.
The 21 year old's spent the past five weeks on loan at York City Knights.
Head Coach Tim Sheens says he's a bright young player with good speed and awareness.
He'll provide additional cover until Shaun Lunt is available.

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Hull KR prop Robbie Mulhern has signed a new contract which keeps him at the Robins until the end of the 2021 season.
Head coach Tim Sheens says the 23-year-old's had an outstanding season so far and there's still plenty of potential and development.

April 30th

Hull KR remain 10th in Super League after Leeds came from behind to beat them 20-18 at Craven Park yesterday.
Headcoach Tim Sheens says he can't fault his players' efforts, but they made too many mistakes and didn't complete enough sets.

April 25th

Hull KR face 19-time record winners Wigan at Craven Park in the rugby league Challenge Cup.

April 24th

Hull KR's Josh Johnson's been charged with a Grade B dangerous tackle in the Challenge Cup victory against Oldham on Sunday.
He's been served with a one-match penalty notice and will miss this weekend's match against Leeds Rhinos.

April 23rd

Hull KR's Head Coach says Danny McGuire is still recovering from a rib injury but should be fine to play this week.
Tim Sheens added that Justin Carney, Chris Clarkson and Tommy Lee will also all be back.

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Hull KR booked their place in the next round of the Challenge Cup with a 32-0 victory at Oldham yesterday.
Head coach Tim Sheens was happy with the side's performance - particularly in defence.

April 20th

Hull KR will be without Danny McGuire, Justin Carney, Robbie Mulhern and Shaun Lunt for Sunday's Challenge Cup trip to Oldham.
They're being replaced by Josh Johnson, Will Oakes, Will Dagger and Joe Cator.
Junior Vaivai's also been named in the squad, having made his debut against Warrington last time out.

April 19th

Hull KR player Thomas Minns has apologised after he failed a drugs test and could face a 2-year ban.
He says he took a banned substance on Mothers' Day which was a difficult day for him following the passing of his mum last year.
The club have given him an extended period of leave and say they're offering him support.

April 18th

It's been revealed Hull KR's Shaun Lunt's knee injury is not as bad as first thought, although the skipper will still be out for 8 weeks.
It had been feared he could be on the sidelines for three months after the injury he picked up in the first few minutes of the defeat at Warrington.

April 17th

Hull KR head coach was pleased with the performance of new signing Junior Vaivai in last weekend's defeat at Warrington.
Tim Sheens says he wasn't going to play him until this week, but his hand was forced with 2 centres out.

April 16th

Hull KR's Head Coach thought his side did really well to get back into the game after losing three players with injuries.
The Robins went down 40-26 to Warrington Wolves at the weekend.
Skipper Shaun Lunt suffered a knee injury within the first two minutes and Ben Kavanagh and Robbie Mulhern both needed head assessments.

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There's fears Hull KR could be without Shaun Lunt for three months or more after he suffered a knee injury in Saturday's defeat at Warrington.
The skipper was injured within the first 2 minutes of the match the Wolves went on to win 40-26.

April 13th

Hull KR have been boosted by the return of Nick Scruton for tomorrow's trip to Warrington.
Liam Salter also replaces Andrew Heffernan, who missed out with concussion, as the Robins look to make it back-to-back wins for the first time this season.

April 12th

Hull KR's Head Coach has made three changes to his squad that'll face Warrington Wolves on Saturday.
Nick Scruton and Adam Quinlan return, with Matty Marsh replacing Will Dagger.
Liam Salter's been recalled in place of Andrew Heffernan who misses out with a concussion.

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Hull KR's Chris Clarkson will miss the Robins next 2 matches and has been fined 500 pounds for a dangerous throw in the victory against Widnes.
He successfully challenged the Grade D charge, which could have seen him banned for 5 matches, for it to be downgraded into a Grade C charge.

April 11th

Hull KR's Chris Clarkson will face an RFL disciplinary tribunal tonight.
He's been charged with a Grade D dangerous throw in Saturday's victory over Widnes Vikings.
If found guilty, he could be banned for up to 5 games.

April 9th

Hull KR picked up an important 2 points on Saturday with a 31-12 victory against Widnes.
Head coach Tim Sheens' admits it was a must win - the Robins third of the season.

April 6th

Hull KR will be desperate to pick up their third win of the season when they host Widnes tomorrow.
The Robins have also revealed their postponed match against Castleford last month will now take place on Wednesday the 13th of June - a few days before the away fixture.

April 5th

Hull KR will welcome back half a dozen players to face Widnes on Saturday.
Shaun Lunt, Danny McGuire, Andrew Heffernan and Danny Tickle are among the players returning for the Robins.
The Red and Whites are looking to break a run of three games without a win.

April 3rd

It was a bad Easter weekend for Hull KR who suffered two defeats over the long weekend.
The Robins lost 44-6 to Wigan yesterday, just days after the 30-22 Good Friday defeat against city rivals Hull FC.

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