Category: Hull KR

Scruton the shining light

He's been there, seen it, done it and got the Grand Final winners ring. Nick Scruton has racked up  over 300 senior appearances in a fifteen year career in the engine room, but I will admit i was sceptical when he came to Rovers last season, stepping down a division at 32 (33 on Christmas ...

We did it – Rovers are back!

As the clock counted down those final few seconds of the match against Widnes and the reality of a successful promotion campaign hit home, I spent a few seconds reflecting on the last couple of years and the events that had led up to this moment. Wembley 2015 was the start of something for Rovers I ...

Black, White and Red all over, FanaticHull Rugby League Round-up

The season came to an end for Hull FC this weekend but the amateur season continues in earnest. It’s time for the latest FanaticHull Rugby League round-up. Hull FC For the second season in a row Hull missed out on a place in the Grand Final after a narrow Super League Semi-Final defeat. The Black ...

Black, White and Red all over, FanaticHull Rugby League Round-up

As usual it’s been another busy weekend of Rugby League across Hull especially in the Black and White half of the city. It’s time for the FanaticHull Rugby League Roundup. Hull FC Hull FC secured their place in the playoff semi-finals with an impressive 16-48 win at Castleford. The Tigers rested several of their first ...

Report: Warrington Wolves 42-24 Hull KR.

Probably still hungover from the promotion celebrations, the Robins were well beaten by a relatively strong Warrington side, which included big names such as Daryl Clark, Chris Hill and Stefan Ratchford.  Rovers rang in the changes, with the Championship Player of the Year Shaun Lunt getting a well deserved rest. It was a chance for ...

Preview: Warrington vs Rovers – We are going up

The final game of 2017 is upon us. The trip to Warrington is one we can enjoy after the hard work of the Qualifiers campaign. Hull KR have set the bench mark for what a club needs to do after suffering the disappointment of 2016 and its one which either Leigh, Widnes or Catalans will ...

Remember those who love you the most

Arriving at Craven Park two hours early, the anticipation was surreal, the excitement palpable, and every fan was dreaming of the perfect afternoon. As kick off approached the pulsating ground grew in number and expectation. The feel of real occasion was obvious. These days, these big games don't happen that often. The magnitude was immeasurable, ...

Who is Rovers’ Player of the Year?

Rovers have had a fantastic season in the Championship, and have won promotion back to the promised land of the Super League. Many of the squad have had a very good season, but who could be in the running for the Player of the Season award at the end of the season… Shaun Lunt Our ...

Rovers defeat to Catalans does little to dampen the party

"We are Super League" cried out on the terraces despite Rovers falling to their first defeat in the Middle 8’s after coming up just short against Catalans. Emotions were a complete contrast to last year’s final home league game with promotion already secured, but at the risk of being unpopular, we'll swiftly move on. The ...