Hull Kingston Rovers overcame rivals Hull FC narrowly 18-14, in a phenomenal Easter game at the KC Stadium.
Rovers showed fantastic defence for the first sixty minutes of the game, but the Airlie Birds came back to take the game by the scruff of the neck.
In a titanic and frantic last ten minutes Rovers managed to keep their rivals out despite spending the majority of the time on their own line.
Paul Cooke played an integral part in the game, on his return to the KC Stadium, scoring a try in the first half.
It took just one minute nineteen seconds for the Robins to take the lead, Webster collecting a Michael Dobson kick to score.
He made a controversial switch to the Robins two seasons ago, but showed his experience when he dummied the ball to allow space for him to reach over the line. Dobson converted the try for the second time.
And KR continued as they started the game after the half-time interval, Peter Fox grabbing their third try of the game.
But once more Hull provided stubborn resilience and it took an individual effort from hooker Shaun Berrigan to drag them back into the game.
The former Brisbane man showed great speed from dummy half to find a chink in the Rovers defence to cross.
That proved to be the last scoring act of the game, despite several chances for both sides in the final fifteen minutes.
Hull FC tried their best to break Rovers; defence several times, but it was all to no avail as the Robins mustered enough energy to muscle up and prevent any further points scores.