Will Tate: The teenager had spent all week preparing to make his debut on the wing only to be forced into a late switch to full-back after Mikey Lewis fell ill. There were no signs of nerves as the confident youngster delivered a mature performance and showed flashes of his quality. 7
Nick Rawsthorne: The outside back had to wait a long time for his first chance in Super League and he took it with both hands, showing his strength with ball in hand as well as in the air. 7
Jimmy Keinhorst: An unexpected opportunity for a player who appeared to have played his last game for Hull KR and it was a mixed bag, with the centre enjoying some nice moments in attack but struggling defensively. 6
Harvey Livett: Laid on a try for his winger but it was otherwise a frustrating afternoon for the on-loan forward playing out of position. 5
Shaun Kenny-Dowall: The former New Zealand international got his first start on the wing following Lewis’ late withdrawal and looked more at home, capping off a strong performance with a spectacular finish in the corner. 7
Joe Keyes: KR’s half-backs were on a hiding to nothing playing behind a poor pack but both tested the Leeds Rhinos defence at different stages. 6
Ryan Brierley: Came up with some nice off-the-cuff plays, including a superb short kick-off that caught the Rhinos completely off guard. 6
Mitch Garbutt: The big prop helped his team out with two ball steals in quick succession in the second half but it looks a real struggle for him this year. 6
Jez Litten: Impressed with his kicking game and was a threat around the ruck. Rovers will be hoping his knee injury isn’t serious. 7
Will Maher: Rovers were always going to struggle with the pack they put out and Maher was one of a number of ineffective performers. 4
Matty Gee: The back-rower puts himself about and doesn’t shirk the tough stuff. 6
Nathaniel Peteru: The forward was playing out of position and found himself part of a right edge that struggled defensively. 5
Robbie Mulhern: Stood out above his fellow forwards in his first stint. Lacked support. 6
Dan Murray: The prop tried hard but for whatever reason it just isn’t happening for him in 2020. 4
Kyle Trout: Guilty of a couple of poor handling errors and was off the pace defensively. 4
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Owen Harrison: Had his pocket picked for Leeds’ last try but threatened to break the line on a couple of occasions. 5
Elliot Minchella: Showed Rovers what they were missing last week as he made a big impact off the bench, bringing a sense of urgency in the middle. 7