Last Saturday the first ever league fixture between the two clubs ended in a 34-16 victory for Hull RUFC over their visitors Scunthorpe. The final try tally of five to two emphasised Hull’s all-round quality but did not reflect the effort put in by the Lincolnshire side who gave Hull a very tough game. Hull’s… Continue reading How Caldy consolidated their place at the top of National Two North
Preston Grasshoppers are one of the oldest and well-known clubs in English rugby union and have been one of the foremost clubs in the north of England. The club was formed on September 28th 1869 at the Bull Hotel in Preston and the resolution stated ‘That a club should be formed to play football with… Continue reading Find out why Preston are called the Grasshoppers?
Will Hall believes Hull RUFC could and should have more points on the board which would see them higher up the National Two North table. Hull have not had the rub of the green in a number of games, but with two wins recorded in the last two weekends, Hall feels the club are on… Continue reading Hall keen to push Hull to more wins
Mike Jobling expects another tough game when Hull travel to Preston Grasshoppers on Saturday. Buoyed by wining back-to-back games at home to Scunthorpe on Saturday for the second time this season, Hull know they are capable of beating anyone on their day. And with the help of the new signings at Chants Ave this season,… Continue reading Mike praises new boys for impact made this season
In a game where the visitors had nothing to lose, Hull were held for most of the first half by a side who lacked nothing in defensive commitment but ultimately could not match Hull's firepower and greater creativity. Hull went behind after just two minutes when Scunthorpe's full back Jack Leaning kick a straightforward penalty.… Continue reading O’Donnell double helps Hull beat Scunthorpe