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Richard Gore’s match preview

Hull re-embark on their league campaign after securing their Yorkshire Cup final place on Easter Monday beating Driffield 41-0.
With some players rested and no serious injuries sustained over the weekend, Hull will look to maintain their winning run at Kendal.
The Cumbrians will be no pushovers despite a mixed season.
They sit mid-table and have victories over Kirby Lonsdale and most of the sides in the lower half of the league.
A convincing win over Wirral a fortnight ago should be enough to tell Hull that they are a side not to be taken lightly.
Hull have been in good form of late and they have been able to build momentum on the back of a good scrummaging unit and a pack that has been successful in making the hard yards.
The backs have looked dangerous and have the ability to attack from deep in their own half .
Winger Stephen Hihetah and full-back Lee Birch look likely to return to the side after missing the Easter Monday game which should help increase Hull’s try scoring potential.
Another Hull victory is the outcome most would forecast, but Hull cannot afford to slip up as Harrogate, who have a game in hand and are third in the league will be ready to pounce if they get the chance.

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