Full-time: Wakefield 36-20 Hull KR
Hull KR are still looking for their first win of the season after losing 36-20 at Wakefield.
For the second week running Hull KR allowed their opposition a double digit head start on them. last week Catalan raced into a 26-2 lead. Tonight Wakefield led 18-0 before Rovers got their act together.
Graeme Horne's sin-bin mid way through the first half enabled Wakefield take control of the game at Rapid Solicitors Stadium.
Referee Steve Ganson had put Rovers on a team warning after conceding three successive penalties close to their try-line and had no option to sent Horne off for 10 minutes.
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During Horne's absence, the Wildcats ran in three tries through Paul Aiton, Reece Lyne and former Robin Peter Fox.
With a full compliment of players KR finished the first half strong with Craig Hall and Cory Paterson coming to the fore.
Hall's offload sent Paterson over for his first Super League try and the Aussie returned the favour in the 35th minute when his break sent Hall over for Rovers' second try.
Dean Collis extended Rovers' lead three minutes after the interval to open up a 14 point lead. Josh Hodgson's 50th minute try sparked a Rovers mini-revival with Dave Hodgson scoring in the left hand corner to make it 24-20. The difference between the two sides was two missed conversions by Dobson.
Wakefield regrouped and pulled away from Rovers when former KR winger Ben Cockayne scored a hat-trick of unconverted tries to leave the final score 36-20.
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