Hull FC ratings as loan and young players stand out in Castleford defeat

Hull FC were beaten again at Castleford Tigers, with the Black and Whites sucumbing to a tenth consecutive defeat, losing 30-22 on Friday night. Here are the ratings.

Logan Moy - Held his own at the back and tried to return with interest. Also linked into the line when he could and was a threat with the ball. Just 18-years-old and clearly has a big future ahead of him. 7

Tom Briscoe - Made some strong carries and was safe under the high ball. Doing his bit. 5

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Cam Scott - Had some moments in the second half but not enough as Hull looked to claw their way back. 4

Liam Sutcliffe - Showed a clean pair of heels for an 80 metre intercept try. Could have done more to prevent Milnes' try, though. Also set up Chan's try late on. 5

Harvey Barron - The winger finished his try and looked to get involved with his carries in the backfield. He also kicked well when finding space on the left edge, resulting in a late try for Trueman. Like the full edge, he can be better defensively. 5

Jake Trueman - Another try to his name. Probed all game and tried to ask questions. Ultimately, he needs more quality around him, but there are signs of the half getting into his stride. 6

Ben Reynolds - Took the line on and had one or two moments with his running game. There's something to go on here. A satisfactory debut. 5

Herman Ese'ese - The prop played two fair stints and charged into the line when he could. 5

Danny Houghton - Played his 450th career appearance. Effort unquestionable, but the reality was there to see in the final quarter. Needs to be managed better. 4

Yusuf Aydin - Played big minutes. He's solid, more energetic, and clearly a cut above coming from a better oiled unit 6

Jordan Lane - Big defensive shift and saw a bit of the ball. 5

Ligi Sao - Had a dig on the edge. It's not his forte, but again, he was far from Hull's worst. 5

Brad Fash - His first appearance of the season and was off for a HIA inside a minute. Luckily, he passed and soon returned, but that messed his rotation and minutes up. Good to see him back, but more to come. 4

Jack Ashworth - Back in the side after several weeks out. A penalty given away for a high shot, but ran hard when he could. 4

Morgan Smith - Hull were much better with Smith on the field. They threw the last roll of the dice, of course, but still, credit where it's due. He was lively in the final quarter. 6

Zach Jebson - Used in the middle and did okay. 5

Tiaki Chan - Scored his first try for the club and certainly gets it. Loads of energy. One to watch. Hopefully, the club can keep hold of him for as long as possible. 6

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