Hull KR’s season of frustration has been encapsulated in the past week but half-back Josh Drinkwater insists there will be no panic as they aim to secure their Super League status. Rovers looked like a team destined for safety during last week’s victory over Leeds Rhinos and had a real opportunity to move clear of danger with Huddersfield Giants next up at KCOM Craven Park. But KR were rocked by the news that Matt Parcell will be sidelined for at least four weeks with a shoulder injury and Tony Smith had to rip up his plans when Harvey Livett and Luis Johnson were recalled by Warrington Wolves on the eve of the game. A luckless week continued when Kane Linnett was forced off early on with a calf problem and the Robins went on to suffer an 18-12 defeat that leaves them anxiously looking over their shoulder. Despite all that Drinkwater felt Rovers should have claimed the two points against Huddersfield. “It wasn’t ideal losing those two boys late last night to Warrington after captain’s run,” the Australian told Hull Live. “Obviously Matty Parcell has been great for us since he came in. “We had a few distractions this week… Read full this story
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