Hull KR unveil special shirt to show appreciation of key workers

Hull KR have released a special shirt in a show of solidarity to the key workers in the coronavirus pandemic.

The British rugby league season has been suspended at all levels since March 16 due to the coronavirus outbreak that swept the nation.

The Robins have released their key worker fundraiser shirt, with all proceeds being donated to the ‘Community Trust Employability Scheme’.

CTES helps those left without employment following the crisis to retain and find work.

The shirts are pre-order only – and all orders must be placed by 9am on Monday, May 11. Delivery of the shirts are expected in July.

Hull KR have released the shirt to raise funds for charity and will not be wearing it for a game.

To pre-order a Hull KR key worker jersey, click HERE.

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