George Lawler, Ben Crooks, Brad Takerangi, Sean Kenny Doal, Matt Parcelle, Ryan Hall and Ken Lynette delivered a convincing victory for Rovers; Salford had led Ken Siew’s bid and Pauli was sent off late by Sky Sports Rugby League Last Update: 06/11/21 10:08 p.m. Hull KR’s Shawn Kenny-Dowell celebrates by scoring his attempt against Salford Hull Kingston Rovers ran in seven attempts as They achieved their fifth Premier League win of the season by defeating Salford Red Devils 40-4 in Friday’s game at Hull College Craven Park. Ken Seo gave Salford the perfect start, but Rovers seized the opportunity when Chris Atkin was damaged by firing in two shots from George Lawler and Ben Crooks while the half-back was off the field. Enter the second inning 16-4, and although Rovers lost Adam Quinlan to the sin box in the second half, the Red Devils were unable to capitalize on that, and Sean Kenny-Dawal, Matt Parcelle, Ryan Hall and Ken Lynette put the seal on. on winning. A miserable night for the visitors was exacerbated by Pauli Pauli’s last game being sent off after Rovers defender Jordan Abdullah was injured, there were early errors on both sides and Salford made the home team pay for it. Scored the first attempt, Seo beat Ryan Hall with a kick to the ground from Tui Luluhi after four minutes, referee Chris Kendall punished more indiscipline rovers, but Salford failed to capitalize, New Zealander Kenny Doll set off to gain important ground and relieve pressure, Salford dropped to 12 A player when Atkin was fouled in the next game and when Rovers forced the second set Lawler out of the tackle to go after 19 minutes. Abdullah Al-Basit’s turn made it 6-4. Ken Seo’s attempt put Salford in an early lead, Crooks made Rovers’ second attempt when he jumped into the right corner of Quinlan’s pass 16 minutes before the break, and Rovers took a knock as Dean Hadley was forced out 10 minutes before halftime. After an intense treatment, with Matty Stourton back in place, but the home team cemented their lead just before the break as Takerangi chased after his kick by touchdown and Abdullah added additions to make it 16-4 to the hosts. Salford needed to start the second half well but successive fouls It allowed the Rovers to consolidate their advance. Morgan Esker dropped the ball over his team’s line, then Luluhi knocked out the entire goal line until Abdullah was awarded an easy penalty to make it 18-4. Ryan Hall explodes to score the sixth attempt for Hal KR, and Rovers also gets a yellow card when Quinlan kicks the ball out of the opponent’s hand as he goes to play it on the ground. The fourth attempt where it slipped despite the interest of four defenders and Abdullah’s conversion made it 24-4 with 17 minutes left. Attempt #5 wasn’t long as Parcell bounced off an interference and got close to the posts and made Abdullah 30-4. Hall then showed his strength after intercepting the ball, and although it took twice as long to get the ball back in the air, he scored a 6th attempt, blasting off from inside his own half and throwing a gruesome dummy before stepping on the gas to finally, adding shine to the score as The hosts won 4-4 but there was more woe to the visitors as striker Pauli was shown a straight red card for a shoulder deal on Abdullah. .