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Hull KR League Jersey

Hull KR's whose nickname is The Robins, play their home games in strip of red shirts with a dark blue band across the chest which carries the sponsors Lloyds TSB's name, red shorts and red socks. The away strip is all blue. Some well known names from the game have pulled on the club colours such as: Anthony Sullivan, Clive Sullivan, Roger Millward, David Bishop, Paul Fletcher and Phil Hogan.

Hull Kr Rugby League Training Shirt Adult Xl Mens Shirt

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Hull Kr Training Leisure Rugby League Sleeveles Shirt Adult Extra Large / 35588

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Hull Kr Rfc Rugby League Shirt Youths Y Kingston Rovers Official Licensed Kooga

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Hull Kr Rfc Rugby League Shirt Adult Mens Small S Kingston Rovers Red & White

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Hull Kr Rugby League Shirt Adult Mens Small Kingston Rovers Official Merchandise

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Squad Signed Hull Kr Kingston Rovers Rugby League Shirt Adult (31351)

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Hull Kr Rugby League Shirt Youths Yth Kingston Rovers Official Licensed Kooga

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2005 Hull Kr Kingston Rovers Home Super League Rugby Shirt Adult Large Rail Cup

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Hull Kingston Rovers Kr Rugby League Shirt 2011 Home Kooga Jersey Large Boys Lb

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Hull Kr Rugby League Shirt Adult Mens Small S Kingston Rovers Rfc Burdda Sport

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Hull Kr Rfc Rugby League Shirt Size Youth Or Xs Men Kingston Rovers Blue Kooga

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Hull Kr Rfc Rugby League Shirt Xlj Boys Juvenileyouths Kingston Rovers Carlotti

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Hull Kingston Rovers or Hull KR is a British rugby league club founded in 1882 and currently playing in Super League Europe, having won promotion from League One of the National League in 2006. They play their home games in the 9,470 capacity New Craven Park in Hull.

Hull KR have won the Championship in 1922-23, 1924-25, 1978-79, 1983-84 and 1984-85, Challenge Cup 1979-80, the Challenge Cup Plate 1997, the Yorkshire League in 1924-25, 1925-26 and 1966-67, Yorkshire Cup in 1920-21, 1929-30, 1966-67, 1971-72, 1974-75 and 1985-86, as well as the BBC2 Floodlit Trophy in 1977-78, John Player Special Trophy in 1984-85 and Premiership in 1980-81 and 1983-84. Whilst recently becoming the National League One Champions 2006.

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