Hull KR tear apart Dragons to go second

Monday 10 March 2014 04:33

Hull KR ran in eight tries to move up to second in Super League with a 44-10 win over Catalan Dragons yesterday but their coach Justin Morgan refused to get carried away. "There are 16 rounds to go, we're not even halfway," he said. "My thoughts are just on improving the little things each week and not looking much beyond that."

Ben Galea and Jake Webster each scored two tries for Rovers and Michael Dobson landed 16 points. Liam Colbon, Scott Murrell and Ben Fisher also touched down.

Warrington smashed Huddersfield 40-18 with Chris Hicks grabbing a hat-trick of tries for the second week in a row to put an end to the Giants' nine-month winning away record.

Hicks, Wolves' 10-try leading scorer, was indebted to the outstanding Chris Bridge, and both he and Vinnie Anderson were singled out by coach Tony Smith, who said: "Both players had their best games since I arrived at the club."

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