Robins

  • Larvin Plans "Rovers Revolution" despite Controversial Past

    FORMER Hull KR player-turned-businessman Tony Larvin is the man proposing to plough major investment into the Robins, the Hull Daily Mail has confirmed. The 48-year-old has told the Mail he has pledged to invest an "eight figure sum" into KR, should his proposed takeover go-ahead. He revealed talks with Robins chairman Neil Hudgell and vice-chairman Rob Crossland are now at an advanced stage, and should be completed in the coming days. It comes as he also took to the social media site Twitter...

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  • Keable Joins Robins Board

    ... east Hull, Keable has business interests in the Russian oil and gas industry and has already made a significant financial commitment to the club. He joins the board with immediate effect and says he jumped at the opportunity to become involved with the Robins. “I’ve been a lifelong Rovers supporter, as have my family, and I’m fortunate enough to be in a position where I can make a contribution to the club financially,” he said. “It all came about through my daughter, who is an avid Ro...

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  • Hull KR End Larvin Takeover Talks

    ... businessman had produced nothing. First meeting the Mail back on December 13, the 48-year-old insisted his money would transform the club's fortunes. He promised an improved stadium, an all-star team, major final appearances and a string of trophies – a 'Robins revolution', dare we say. Perhaps most significantly though, that very same day almost two months ago, he said he expected his first cash instalment to be in KR's account within a week. Therefore, Rovers frustrations are easy to unders...

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  • Hull KR Break Even

    The Hull Daily Mail has reported that Hull KR are about to post their best financial results since entering Super League 10 years ago with the club at least breaking even for the past 12 months. The Robins' results come despite spending the full salary cap on players’ wages and not qualifying for the play-offs in the 2015 season. Boosted by the prize money and gate receipts of their first Challenge Cup final appearance for 29 years, Rovers ended their accounting year (up to the end of November...

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  • Hull KR Extend Sponsorship With ClearSky

    ClearSky Business will remain as Hull Kingston Rovers’ principal sponsor for 2015 after the partnership was extended by a further 12 months. The SME advice specialist linked up with the Robins last November for what was their first venture into sports sponsorship and they will now continue their support in Super League XX next season. As well as sponsoring the ClearSky East Stand at the KC Lightstream Stadium for another season, the new deal will see the brand once again appear across the fron...

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  • Hull KR End Stadium Sponsorship Deal

    Hull Kingston Rovers have brought one of its major sponsorship deals to an end ahead of schedule in the past week as MS3 Communications' naming rights agreement for Craven Park has been cancelled. The Robins' home will now revert back to being referred to just as Craven Park, unless a replacement is found in the coming weeks and months, as opposed to MS3 Craven Park just two years into what was supposed to be a five-year deal. The club signed a naming rights agreement with MS3 Communicatio...

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  • Featherstone & Hull KR Bring In Name-Changing Sponsorships

    ... developments within the private sector across the UK. A long-term Rovers fan born and bred in the city, Michael has insisted that the stand retain the name of Rovers icon Colin Hutton, who sadly passed away in February after a 60-year association with the Robins.  ...

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  • Hull KR Ask Fans to Name Stadium

    ... business but our employees are Hull KR fans, so it’s a reward to our staff," he says.“MS3 Craven Park would be my choice. I think most fans would see it as sacrilege to lose Craven Park from the title. We want this to be their club - it’s still their Robins."A draw will be made from all voters, as long as they register their details, with the person chosen to be given a limited edition framed aerial photo of the stadium.Fans can vote by visiting the club's Official Retail Stores, Facebook...

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  • Smith Named As Hull KR President

    ... last year and will begin representing the club in his new capacity at the unveiling of the city’s Roger Millward Way last week. A former England international during his playing days in the 1970’s and 80’s, Smith spent his entire career with the Robins and racked up a record 489 first team games for the club as well as scoring over 140 tries. Rovers chairman Neil Hudgell said: “It was important that we took some time to find the right person to follow in Colin’s footsteps after the wo...

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  • Hull KR Dream Scene To Mark 135th Year

    ... sports clubs in the world by producing their own “Dream Scene” painting. The club has commissioned renowned Australian artist Jamie Cooper to produce an iconic image incorporating club legends from across the decades into one “dream” scenario for Robins fans, with the work set to be completed in the coming months. Jamie, a former professional Aussie Rules player, has previously produced his distinctive oil paintings for numerous AFL clubs, alongside the Australian Olympic Committee, Que...

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