Hull hoping to get backs into full flow
HULL will be looking to start the second half of their campaign in positive mood after the disappointment of their Christmas defeat to Hull Ionians.
Their trip to Luctonians tomorrow poses problems for any side, as the Hereford outfit have had some good results on their own pitch, notably a recent drawn game against the high-flying Preston Grasshoppers.
Hull's director of rugby Chris Murphy and Alex Campbell are both unavailable through injury, and whilst their ability to get over the gain line will be missed it gives opportunities to others.
Lee Brown, who has now recovered from injury, offers a wealth of experience at National League level as does ark Alderson, who brings an extra physical presence.
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Both are likely to be in consideration for this trip and are more than capable of helping their side to a good result away from home.
Hull's pacy backs will be hoping for better conditions than they faced in the Christmas derby, when a greasy ball and driving rain made life difficult for them to get their attack flowing.
Even in those conditions wingers Steve Slingsby, Jamie Barnard and full-back Jamie Wigglesworth troubled Ionians' defence.