Rovers win was their first trophy for more than 30 years. Rovers won a further two Yorkshire Cup winners medals in 1971/72 and 1974/75. Also see Category:Hull Kingston Rovers coaches. By the late 1980s, time had taken its toll on Craven Park stadium, following the Bradford City stadium fire, capacity was restricted and the cost of safety work spiraled. 58 Mins: INT OFF. In 1901–02, the top Yorkshire clubs formed their own 'super league' and Rovers played in the Lancashire League finishing 5th out of 13. [3] Between 1947 and 1957, Rovers finished between 17th and 29th in the league. On 25 August 1985, professional rugby league was played for the first time on the Isle of Man. Includes the latest news stories, results, fixtures, video and audio. Hull KR first played on Craven Street in 1895 and played there until 1922 when they built and developed a bigger stadium at Old Craven Park with better facilities. [3] The club also won the league competition and beat the rest of the league 26–8 in a challenge match. Hull K R Rugby League Club - get the latest news, fixtures, results, match reports, videos, photos, squad and player stats on Sky Sports Rugby League They're called the Robins due to the famed band across their shirts and when they lose a derby match I must confess it hurts. With your consent, we also use functional and analytical cookies to analyse site traffic and provide you with a better user experience, and marketing cookies to personalise our advertising content to your interests. But Reilly left the club midway through the season, while Hall took the club to the play-off semi-final before leaving once the season had finished. 0 Rovers. In 1985/86, Millward took Rovers to their sixth win in the Yorkshire Cup before they were defeated in the John Player Final and the Challenge Cup Final at Wembley narrowly losing 15–14 to Castleford. Super League. However, inconsistent form, injuries and the effects of the first Super League sending-off (after 96 games) saw Rovers slip to near the bottom, despite a historic double away win over Wigan, and beating local rivals Hull at the Millennium Magic weekend. ♦️ Forty years ago today, on 16 May 1981, Rovers beat Hull FC 11-7 at Headingley to win th… https://t.co/ORazvutqKd. Complete list of Hull Kingston Rovers players. Hull Kingston Rovers Official Facebook page Chester could not steer the club to a playoff spot in his first 8 games in charge and they finished the season in 9th position. [3], In 1963–64, Rovers reached the Challenge Cup Final at Wembley for the first time, losing 5–13 to Widnes in front of 84,488 fans. On This Day – Rovers Complete Double Success Hull Kingston Rovers - Official Site 13:35 12-May-21 Super League 2021: Round Six squad news Love Rugby League 12:37 12-May-21 Hull KR youngster Mikey Lewis sent out on loan after falling out of favour Hull Live 12:19 12-May-21 in that they use the city coat of arms, but KR's club badge is mainly red within a shield. [3] They lost their first match at the new ground 0-0-0 to 0–1–3 Wakefield Trinity on 2 September 1922, Albert Rosenfeld scoring Trinity's try. Hull Kingston Rovers. [3] In 1981/82 Rovers finished 4th in the league and lost in the final of the John Player Trophy 4–12 against Hull.[3]. Kane Linnett scored a hat-trick of tries as Hull Kingston Rovers swept aside Leeds Rhinos for a second successive Super League win. September 2006 saw Rovers crowned National League One Minor Premier winners, and qualify for an automatic place in the National League One play-off semi final at Craven Park against Widnes whom they beat 29–22 to reach the first Grand Final in their history, which they won 29–16, earning a place in the following season's Super League competition. Hull Kingston Rovers are pleased to announce the 2021 fixtures for the... Tony Smith has provided an injury update following this week’s press conference:... Forty years ago today, on 16 May 1981, Rovers beat Hull FC 11-7 at Headingley to win the Premiership trophy for the first time. Interchange for St Helens Joe Batchelor OFF. They're called the Robins due to the famed band across their shirts and when they lose a derby match I must confess it hurts. Canberra Raiders scrum half took squad number 26, and made his début against Harlequins RL on 25 May, scoring two tries. On the field though, Rovers won the Challenge Cup plate in its only season, beating Hunslet at Wembley 60–14. Hull City Association Football Club was founded in June 1904; previous attempts to found a football club had proved difficult because of the dominance in the city of rugby league teams such as Hull F.C. [3] In 1920/21, Rovers finished top of the Rugby League but lost 14–16 to Hull F.C. 2,017 talking about this. After a corporate rebrand, the stadium was renamed again, and is now called KCOM Craven Park.[12]. Please sign up for a subscription or purchase and redeem an On Demand token to view this video. In September 2016, it was announced that Tim Sheens would be coaching the club for the next 3 years. Large amounts of money were spent on the ground each year repairing sections but once one section was repaired another would fall into disrepair. Jamie Cooper: 'Dream Scene'. Wakefield Wakefield Trinity 15:00 Hull KR Hull Kingston Rovers. This proved to be Rovers last major final to date, as the team that had part dominated the English game faded away. All the latest home, away and charity shirts, training gear, fashion wear, our exclusive Lion Collection, gifts accessories plus more direct from the home of Hull Kingston Rovers. A number of clubs joined the league and the club entered the new Hull and District Rugby Union Cup, losing to Hull A in the final. Hull Kingston Rovers is playing next match on 17 May 2021 against Castleford Tigers in Super League.When the match starts, you will be able to follow Castleford Tigers v Hull Kingston Rovers live score, updated point-by-point. Rovers started the new era convincingly, and were crowned Second Division champions with promotion back to the top flight. Permanently taking over from Howard was the former Toulouse coach, Justin Morgan. “I never wanted to leave” – Jordan Abdull speaks of his pride after signing a three-year contract extension with the club. [3] The Hull Kingston Rovers moved to their fourth ground, down Hessle Road. [4] In 1958 the club's fortunes started improving, finishing 18th out of 30. George Fairbairn was brought in as a player-coach in 1992 for a record fee of £72,500. Johnny Whiteley joined Hull Kingston Rovers as coach in 1970 and stayed until 1972. Hull Kingston Rovers R.F.C. Chester took charge of his first full season as Hull Kingston Rovers Head Coach in 2015 and despite a mass clearout of the 2014 squad, he made several high-profile signings, notably, Ken Sio, Albert Kelly, Maurice Blair, Terry Campese, Mitch Allgood, Ryan Bailey and Darrell Goulding. In 2006 the ground and pitch were substantially improved as the club sought a return to the top flight of English rugby league. Leigh won this game 22–18, thus ending Rovers' twenty four match unbeaten run. On This Day – Rovers Complete Double Success Hull Kingston Rovers - Official Site 13:35 12-May-21 Super League 2021: Round Six squad news Love Rugby League 12:37 12-May-21 Hull KR youngster Mikey Lewis sent out on loan after falling out of favour Hull Live 12:19 12-May-21 Steve Hubbard scored nine out of the ten points for Rovers. Super League. Updated: 21 February 2021Source(s): 2021 Squad Numbers, In 2012, Hull KR supporters voted for the best players in the club's history. Hull Kingston Rovers are delighted to announce, Jordan Abdull has signed a three-year contract extension, keeping him in East Hull until the end of 2024. [3], Leagues were again suspended during the Second World War. Rovers were again crowned champions of the now renamed Second Division in 1996 and were this time promoted to the First Division. They play their games at Hull College Craven Park. [3] Rovers topped the league for the first time since 1925. [3], In 1980/81, Millward retired as a player after having his jaw broken for the third time, the club finished 3rd in the league but lost 18–9 to Widnes in the final of the Challenge Cup in front of 94,496. Commissioned to celebrate the 135th anniversary of the Club The painting was unveiled on November 16th 2016 Bringing Hull KR Heritage Alive! [3] A club record of 19 consecutive league play-off and cup wins was set in that season with the club subsequently defeating Heckmondwike in a promotion/relegation match to qualify for the Yorkshire Senior Competition. [3] Only one away win was recorded this season and six home wins, but Rovers entered the Yorkshire Cup for the first time although they were knocked out by Dewsbury in the second round. Find Us and Follow Us Hull College Craven Park Fan Experience Zone Preston Road HU9 5HE Telephone: 08712 889988 Email: shop@hullkr.co.uk. [3] Harvey Howard was appointed first team coach and Paul Lakin appointed chief executive in late 2004. Complete list of Hull Kingston Rovers players. Steve Hubbard’s fine conversion from near the touchline gav... Tony Smith Speaks On Ryan's Contract E... Ethan Ryan Signs 2-Year Contract Exten... Tony Smith Speaks Of Abdull Contract D... Code of conduct for games with COVID-19 restrictions, Stadium set to go cashless and ticketless, The Half Time Draw – Sponsored by Jane Brooks Law, CONFIRMED | We will wear our special 2021 @MindHEY shirt against @LeighCenturions this month (May 30th) and at th… https://t.co/1xGkL8Bl0o, On this Day - 16th May. [3] The club name was also changed to Kingston Rovers as they entered the Times Cup in the 1885–86 season. 0 Rovers. … [3] In 1896–97, they were denied a place in the first division when several sides resigned but when the West Riding club dropped out, Rovers moved up. Please note that the numbers below are based on data contained in the RLP database, and may not be accurate. [3] In 1912/13 Rovers finished 3rd again out of 26 clubs and lost to Wigan in the Championship semi final play-off and finished runners-up in the Yorkshire League Championship. Hull Kingston Rovers live score (and video online live stream*), schedule and results from all . (Craven Street), 11 March 1922, Attendance record: 27,670 vs Hull F.C. Hull confirm Linnett signing. Under Linnane, the Robins came within eighty minutes of their first Grand Final appearance in 2002, after a largely successful end to the season, while the arrival of former player Nick Halafihi as chief executive, boosted the club's off-field activities. They also made some significant signings for the 2006 season. Despite making several big name signings for the 2014 season, Rovers failed to make any kind of impact in the league and with 8 games remaining they parted company with Sandercock, appointing assistant coach and ex-player Chris Chester as the new First Team Coach of Hull KR. [3] Rovers applied to join the Northern Union and played their first match under the new code in 1897–98. In 1982/83 Rovers finished as runners-up in the league. [3] The land cost £18,281 and included 14 tennis courts. In the early 1970s Hull Kingston Rovers purchased a site at Winchester Avenue with the aim of building a new stadium there. [3] 1892 saw Rovers play at the Boulevard for the first time and they leased the ground for three years from the following season. [1], Hull Kingston Rovers are one of two professional rugby league teams in Hull. In 1962–63 as two division rugby returned, they finished the season tenth out of sixteen in Division 1. [3] A return to Division One rugby was made in 1964–65 when Rovers finished 8th out of 30. [3], Rovers were elected into the inaugural Yorkshire Second competition in 1898–99 winning all 17 matches. In 2004 the club appointed Mal Reilly as Director of Rugby and Martin Hall as first team coach after Steve Linnane's resignation. All Matches. Hull Kingston Rovers Hull FC live score (and video online live stream*) starts on 29 Oct 2020 at 19:45 UTC time in Super League - Rugby League. Kane Linnett scored a hat-trick of tries as Hull Kingston Rovers swept aside Leeds Rhinos for a second successive Super League win. The Robins, however, set the early pace and were 10–0 up after 30 minutes. Hull Kingston Rovers began in 1882 when a group of apprentice boilermakers in the Hessle Road area of Hull came together to start a team, Kingston Amateurs. By this time, the unthinkable had happened, Hull Kingston Rovers had been relegated and they started life in their new home in the second tier of English rugby league. For a comprehensive list of players, see List of Hull Kingston Rovers players. and Hull Kingston Rovers. [3], In 1908, Rovers gained a memorable 21–16 win over the first touring Australian side. Halafihi also left the club. 58 Mins: INT ON. All the latest home, away and charity shirts, training gear, fashion wear, our exclusive Lion Collection, gifts accessories plus more direct from the home of Hull Kingston Rovers. [citation needed] Also, a '10–5' bar is now situated inside Craven Park. [11] Under a five-year agreement, Craven Park was renamed the KC Lightstream Stadium. Hull Kingston Rovers 16:00, 31 MAR 2021. Here on SofaScore livescore you can find all Hull Kingston Rovers vs Hull FC previous results sorted by their H2H matches. After a ten-year stay in the Super League (2007–2016), they were relegated from the Super League to the Championship in the 2016 season, due to the Million Pound Game. Hull Kingston Rovers: L: 3 - 5: Leeds: Hull : 200 games Customise this match list . [9] In his first season, Rovers were promoted without having to play the Million Pound Game.[10]. [3] Rovers went through the next season losing just two games, defeating Britannia in the Times Cup final. [3] Earlier in the same season, Rovers had lost in the final of the BBC2 Floodlit Trophy against Hull. This result also created a new club record of 18 consecutive wins. The club's Challenge Cup campaign also came to an abrupt halt, Rovers gamely succumbing 50–0 to triple-winning St Helens at the Galpharm Stadium, Huddersfield. When an official regional league resumed on 18 January 1919, Rovers finished 19th out of 25. In 1888–89, 6,000 fans turned up to the cup game against Hull A at the Holderness Road ground, which ended as a draw. [3], In 1929–30 Rovers won the Yorkshire Cup beating Hunslet 13–7 in the final, and finished 6th in the league. [3] Reigning champions, Huddersfield were favourites to lift the Eastern Division title, especially as Rovers were missing five first choice players with injuries. After suffering a reversal to Harlequins RL, they then had an away win (26–16) at Wigan, followed by a hard-fought victory at home to in-form Leeds, to go joint top of the early season table. Our website uses essential cookies to function properly. [3] In 1906/07 they reached the final of the Yorkshire Cup only to lose to Bradford F.C. Hull KR moved to Craven Park from their cramped Craven Street ground in 1922. These plans never came to fruition and the site was later sold to a private developer. Join us at Hull College Craven Park for Hull Kingston Rovers v Huddersfield NRL live scores as part of Super League 2021 He was replaced by new signing Michael Dobson, who was formerly a target of Hull. These players have either won Challenge Cup, Rugby Football League Championship, Yorkshire County Cup, Yorkshire League; played during Super League; received a Testimonial match; been international representatives before, or after, their time at Hull Kingston Rovers; or are notable outside of rugby league. 2011 saw the end of Justin Morgan's reign as head coach and the club appointed Craig Sandercock[6] as the new head coach for the 2012 season. [3] In 1962, the league was split into East and West of the Pennines; Huddersfield and Hull Kingston Rovers met at Headingley, Leeds in the first final of the Eastern Division Championship on Saturday 10 November 1962. In 1959–60 the club finished 13th out of 30, the first time the club had finished in the top half of the table since 1930–31 – the players shared a bonus of £500 to share. James Webster took the reins, and led the Robins to four defeats in the following five games; the club also suffered a shock cup loss to Championship side Oldham R.L.F.C., as well as relegation to the Kingstone Press Championship in the 2016 Million Pound Game. These haunting photos show the old Craven Park, which was home to Hull Kingston Rovers between 1922-1989. Colin Hutton was Hull KR coach from 1957–70. [3] Rovers won the Yorkshire Cup for the second year running in 1967–68, beating Hull 8–7 in the final; the first all-Hull final in 47 years. On 2 May the club announced that former captain James Webster had been released from the final six months of his contract due to a three to four-month lay off with a shoulder injury. … [3], The club bought Roger Millward from Castleford on 8 August 1966 for the sum of £6,000. The Robins were expected to go one better in 1999 and topped the table for most of the season before their run ended and the final six games saw them drop from first place to sixth, missing out on a play-off place. (Craven Park), 20 April 1984 (post-, Attendance record: 18,000 vs Hull F.C. Millward played the full game, despite having his jaw broken early in the game. In 1988/89, their last full season at Craven Park, Rovers were relegated to the 2nd Division and Millward decided to stand down as coach. Hull Kingston Rovers. [3] In 1965/66 Rovers finished 12th out of 30. 13 Saints. Hull Kingston Rovers entered administration in January 1997, and, but for the diligence of administrator Edward Klemka and the fund-raising activity of the Hull Kingston Rovers Supporters Group, the 1997 season would almost certainly have been their last. The grand old men of rugby league - an icon of the north and when I hear them mentioned sweet soliloquays pour forth. October 2005 who saw the club still in the National League, after failing to get past the semi final stage of the National League One play-offs. The grand old men of rugby league - an icon of the north and when I hear them mentioned sweet soliloquays pour forth. [3] They had their revenge in the Yorkshire Cup final beating Hull 2–0 to win their first cup as a professional side. (Boothferry Park), 3 April 1953, All-time attendance record: 95,000 vs Hull F.C. [3] Rovers lost in the final of the Yorkshire Cup 7–8 to Leeds but won the Premiership Trophy beating Hull 11–7. [3] In 1926/27 the club finished 6th out of 29 but managed to beat a touring New Zealand side 20–15. Improved late season results, including the safety-clinching win in the derby against Hull by the shock margin of 6–42 (played at the KC Stadium), ensured Super League status for another campaign. In 1984–85 they nearly repeated the feat winning the Division 1 Championship but narrowly missing out in the final of the Premiership. [3] In 1911/12 they finished 3rd out of 27 but lost 10–22 to Huddersfield in the final of the Yorkshire Cup. Hull KR's badge is similar to city rivals Hull F.C. [3] The profit made from this land was used to buy back Craven Park with greyhound racing continuing as a subsidiary concern.[3]. [3], In 1961–62, the club won 17 successive matches and finished 8th out of 30. to form 'Humberside' and compete in the Super League. After winning the majority of their matches in the 2017 Championship season, Hull KR successfully gained automatic promotion back to the Super League, at the first time of asking. By clicking "Accept all cookies", you agree to our use of cookies in line with our Privacy Policy. in the play-off final at Headingley. Read more... ” “ ️ Hull Kingston Rovers are pleased to announce the signing of Ethan Ryan on a two-year contract extension. Includes the latest news stories, results, fixtures, video and audio. Hull Kingston Rovers have played in red jerseys throughout their history. Using their forwards to take the game to Hull from the start, Rovers took the lead after just 13 minutes, when Phil Hogan scythed through some slack defence around the play-the-ball to score. Links to Hull Kingston Rovers vs. The club finished 4th out of 27 in the league and they won the League Championship Cup beating Huddersfield 15–5. [3] In season 1923/4 Gilbert Austin voluntarily ended a run of 190 consecutive appearances when he was selected to play for Yorkshire, which he considered a great honour. [3] The club finished third in the league and lost 10–17 to Wakefield Trinity in the play-off final; Rovers were runners-up in the Yorkshire League and beat the Australians 27–15 with Millward scoring a hat-trick.[3]. Howard was dismissed shortly before the Northern Rail Cup Final, which Rovers went on to win 18–16 over Castleford, with the Robins utilising the temporary player-coaching abilities of James Webster. Hull Kingston Rovers are pleased to confirm, all members in priority one and two bubbles who applied for tickets to upcoming home games where covid restrictions apply, WILL be admitted to the fixtures (Leigh Centurions May 30th 3pm, Salford Red Devils June 11th 7.45pm). [3] Rovers gained promotion back to Division 1 the next year and won the Yorkshire Cup for the sixth time beating Wakefield Trinity 16–13 in the final. … 2,022 talking about this. The club moved to the new ground in 1989 from the "Old" Craven Park which was sited on Holderness Road. Kyle Amor welcomes support for Mose Masoe as Super League rallies around Hull KR prop. In 1904–05, Rovers reached the Challenge Cup Final losing 0–6 to Warrington in front of a crowd of 19,638. Despite a rally by Huddersfield, Rovers hung on to win 13–10. [3] In 1983/84 Rovers were crowned champions of the 1st Division and went on to win the Divisional Premiership beating Castleford 18–10 in the final at Headingley; becoming the first team to win the Championship / Premiership double. The home of Hull Kingston Rovers on BBC Sport online. As the sport in Britain entered a new era, it would be ten years before Rovers rose again to the top level of the game. Manly playmaker heading to the UK. Following the Bradford City stadium fire, capacity was restricted and costs of safety work spiraled. [3], Hull Kingston Rovers sold Craven Park for £10,750 to the Greyhound Racing Company in 1938 due to financial difficulties, securing a 21-year lease to continue playing there. Hull F.C. The new stadium urged on by increasing attendances won the Second Division title back to the top flight once … Tony Smith Speaks On Ryan’s Contract Extension, Ethan Ryan Puts Pen to Paper On New Two Year Deal. Hull Kingston Rovers Official Facebook page It was arguably their biggest fixture for some years. Don Robinson took control in 2001 and Gary Wilkinson became head coach. For more information, please see our Privacy Policy. In 1996, the first tier of British rugby league clubs played the inaugural Super League season and changed from a winter to a summer season. Hull Kingston Rovers 16:00, 31 MAR 2021. [3] In 1933/34 the club lost 4–10 to York F.C. Hull Kingston Rovers vs St Helens Super League 2021 - Round 2. Hull Kingston Rovers sold the ground to the Greyhound Racing Company in 1930s due to financial difficulties, securing a long term lease to continue playing there. Hull Kingston Rovers vs Huddersfield Super League 2021 - Round 3. Hull KR made significant changes to their squad for the 2008 season, which saw eleven new players brought in and a number of players released or sold. [3] Amos Law, a drop kicker joined the club from Cleckheaton and Huddersfield, while George William Lofthouse played at the age of 14; the youngest ever player to turn out for the senior side. [3] In 1979/80, under coach Roger Millward, Hull KR achieved a famous defeat of neighbours Hull, by a margin of 10–5 in the final of the Challenge Cup, at Wembley in front of 95,000 fans. When the league resumed in 1945 Rovers finished 18th out of 27. Hull Kingston Rovers Official Facebook page New Zealand visited Craven Park on 8 September 1971. Commissioned to celebrate the 135th anniversary of the Club The painting was unveiled on November 16th 2016 Bringing Hull KR Heritage Alive! Up to that time unbeaten in their 2006 fixtures, in early June they were drawn to meet Super League side Warrington, in the quarter final of the Challenge Cup. [3] In 1925/26 Rovers finished 6th and won the Yorkshire League Championship. in the Yorkshire Cup Final. [3] The club won its first trophy in the 1887–88 season by winning the Times Cup, beating Selby A in the final. A less successful spell followed, due to inconsistency, injuries and international calls, but by mid August 2009 Rovers were fourth in the table, five points clear of the next placed side. Interchange for St Helens Aaron Smith ON. The victory set up a semi final tie against Super League leaders, St. Helens. The club's first major final in 29 years ended in a record defeat along with the highest losing margin in a Challenge Cup final against Leeds by 50 points to nil. [3] Their first ground was a piece of wasteland in Albert Street, the club started playing in the Hull and District League in the autumn of 1883. [3] In the first round on 4 March 1905, Rovers beat Brookland Rovers 73–5 with G.H. Hull Kingston Rovers Official Facebook page 3,714 talking about this. Hull Kingston Rovers. This was resisted but despite finishing top of the Third Division, they were not promoted. Hull Kingston Rovers are delighted to announce, Jordan Abdull has signed a three-year contract extension, keeping him in East Hull until the end of 2024. [3] In 1975/76 the club were runners-up in the Yorkshire Cup losing 11–15 to Leeds. [3] In 1973/74 the club was relegated to Division 2 when they finished 14 out of 16 in Division 1. With the club in debt the ground was sold to developers and the final game was played there on 9 April 1989. The first match was played against Trafford Borough packing in a full capacity 8,500 crowd to watch. Instagram 5–8. due to most of the city travelling to Wembley for the final. 2,022 talking about this. 'Tich' West scoring 53 of the points with 11 tries and 10 goals, still a club and world rugby league record. Craven Park also hosted greyhound racing. [3] International full back George Fairbairn was signed from Wigan suring the summer of 1981 for a then world record fee of £72.500. Finishing 10th[7] in his first season as a head coach and then making the play-offs in 2013, finishing 8th.[8]. Rovers finished second in 1966–67, their highest place for over 40 years and the Yorkshire Cup was won with a 25–12 victory over Featherstone Rovers. (, Attendance record vs international touring team: 13,000 vs, International appearances: 45 plus 2 as sub by, This page was last edited on 11 May 2021, at 14:37. From their inception the club's colours were agreed to be red jerseys with a blue band across the chest, white shorts and red socks. 13 Saints. Hull Kingston Rovers' Danny McGuire during the Coral Challenge Cup Quarter-Final match between Hull Kingston Rovers and Warrington Wolves at Craven... Adam Quinlan of Hull KR gathers the ball during the Betfred Super League at KCOM Craven Park on May 25, 2018 in Hull, England. 58 Mins: INT ON. Rovers also started a number of ground improvements, including the laying of a new pitch, and widening of the playing surface. … The Kiwis, playing their third game in five days, were unable to match the Robins, who beat the Kiwis 12–10. Jamie Cooper: 'Dream Scene'. In the early 1970s Hull KR purchased a site at Winchester Avenue with the aim of building a new stadium. [3] Hull Kingston Rovers were one of the new teams to join the second division and finished joint second. After being in Administration from 1997 an acceptable buyer for the club was finally found in 2000, and the club came out of administration. [3] They also reached the semi-finals of the BBC2 Floodlit Trophy, the John Player Trophy and the Premiership Trophy. [3], Leagues were suspended in 1915 due to the First World War. [3] A makeshift sign was left on the A63 (the major westerly road out of Hull) that read "last one out turn the lights off!" 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