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Super League takes a two-week break with plenty still to be decided, with the Challenge Cup taking centre stage this week.
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Issues mount for KR
Adam Quinlan could miss the rest of the Super League season after sustaining an adductor issue in Hull KR’s 38-10 defeat to Wakefield Trinity.
The Australian full-back was forced off in the first half and did not reappear as Rovers slumped to a worrying loss.
Tony Smith revealed afterwards that Quinlan is likely to miss the trip to Catalans Dragons in two weeks and may not feature again this year.
“It’s an interesting one on Adam – it’s an adductor issue,” said Smith.
“Whether he’s torn it off the bone, which I know sounds bad but that’s the better of the two injuries.
“If he hasn’t torn it off the bone and just torn it slightly and it’s still attached, that’ll be him done for the rest of the season most likely.
FC injury concern
Hull FC coach Lee Radford has revealed there are concerns over the fitness of Carlos Tuimavave after he limped out of the club’s loss to Salford Red Devils.
The centre made featured in three quarters of the clash against Ian Watson’s rampant side, but after being tackled just short of Salford’s tryline, he stayed down and was eventually helped off the field by a member of Hull’s medical team.
Radford admitted he didn’t know the full extent of the damage after the game with the club set to assess the problem over the next two weeks.
“Injured,” Radford said abruptly when asked about the 27-year-old’s condition.
Smith remains upbeat
Tony Smith insists “nothing has changed” for Hull KR after they suffered a worrying 38-10 defeat to fellow strugglers Wakefield Trinity.
The game was billed as a four-pointer and Trinity handled the pressure far better as they eased their own relegation concerns.
Bottom side London Broncos are now level on points with Rovers and have taken a big chunk out of their points difference deficit.
Yet Smith is relaxed about KR’s position in the table with three rounds to go in Super League.
“Nothing much has changed from the situation we were in yesterday to today,” he said.
Let's start with FC
Lee Radford insists Hull FC were their own worst enemies as they dropped to a 44-22 defeat to Salford Red Devils at the KCOM Stadium.
Before the game FC knew that a win would be enough to send them into second outright, following Warrington Wolves loss to Wigan Warriors on Friday night, something that would see them assert themselves.
But, an abhorrent second half display, shipping five goals, ensured that with three games of the Super League season remaining, FC’s status in the play-offs remains in the balance.
They now sit fourth in the table and looking over their shoulder just two points above in-form Salford Red Devils.
“Disappointing,” Radford said after the game. “It was 97 per cent self-inflicted.
Or perhaps not for fans of Hull FC and Hull KR as they try to make sense of the performances from their sides at the weekend.