Hull KR ratings as Kelepi Tanginoa stands tall in stern team display

Hull KR's Kelepi Tanginoa scored a long-range try against Wigan.
Hull KR's Kelepi Tanginoa scored a long-range try against Wigan. -Credit:SW PIx

Hull KR produced a superb team performance to defeat Wigan Warriors 26-10 on Friday night. Here are the ratings.

Niall Evalds - Solid at the back, got Rovers moving forward, and played a big part in Hiku's try. 8

Joe Burgess - Scrambled hard on Hull KR's right edge. Some stern contributions. 8

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Peta Hiku - A threat all night at centre, Wigan couldn't handle him. Strong carries, broke numerous tackles, offloaded, and scored a superb long-range try, interchanging with Niall Evalds. 9

Oliver Gildart - Finished his try really well. Classic centre play. Linked well into the Rovers line. 8

Ryan Hall - Grafts every week and gives his all to the Robins cause, driving the side forward in his backfield carries. Also a stern defensive showing on the left edge. 8

Tyrone May - Came to play and showed some really classy and brave touches. Some of his passing was a little wayward, but some of it was also top draw. 8

Mikey Lewis - Back in the Rovers side and kept them ticking. 8

Jesse Sue - Solid first stint. Led the charge and stormed over for the first try. 9

Jez Litten - When he scoots out of the play the ball, it means one thing: danger. Always a threat. 8

Jai Whitbread - Solid account again. Been another shrewd piece of business in East Hull. 7

Dean Hadley - Played on an edge and competed hard. A proud Hull-born player, he doesn't know any other way. 8

James Batchelor - Big defensive workload. Never took a backwards step. 8

Elliot Minchella - The glue in the middle of the field. Leads by example. 7

Matt Parcell - Did his job and kept Rovers' middle going. 7

Sam Luckley - A fair contribution off the bench. Got stuck in. 7

Matty Storton - A shorter stint than others but still played a part. 7

Kelepi Tanginoa - Added some mobility to the middle. Broke some tackles and kept his team on the front foot. A superb breakaway try to cap it all off, even if the world stood still for a second. 9

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