Hull KR take next step in preparing for big 2023 Super League season

It’s exciting times at Craven Park both on and off the field.

The Robins have added some big names to the Board in recent weeks, have announced some exciting partnerships and sponsorships and have even revealed plans to re-develop parts of the stadium.

All of this has been done to impress IMG as the Robins pursue a top four status and a Grade A licence in the future.

On the field, the Robins have a new coach in the shape of Willie Peters who replaces Tony Smith who is now in charge across the city with Hull FC.

He has brought in some top signings such as Tom Opacic and Rhys Kennedy from the NRL.

Meanwhile, Sam Luckley joins from Salford Red Devils, James Batchelor arrives from Wakefield Trinity and Louis Senior arrives in Hull from Huddersfield Giants after a terrific Rugby League World Cup with Ireland.

As the Robins prepare for the new season, they have taken their latest step in preparing for the new campaign by returning to Hull after a hugely successful warm weather training camp which has seen the likes of Opacic and star man Mikey Lewis regain their fitness and return to the training field.

The Robins begin their season at home against Wigan Warriors, the same fixture that kick started their 2022 campaign.

This time the game will be live on Channel 4 after St Helens meet Penrith Panthers in the World Club Challenge.

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