Robinson wants to keep KR place

Hull KR halfback Connor Robinson would be very pleased if he kept his place in the squad for the crucial forthcoming clash with Widnes.

The Hull-born 19-year-old made his debut from the bench in the away win against London Broncos at the weekend.

Despite his pre-match nerves, the youngster enjoyed the win in the capital, and wants to taste more Super League action soon.

“My nerves were ridiculous, but when I got out onto the pitch I felt okay,” he told the Hull Daily Mail.

“I didn’t think I was going to play as long as I did. I was told I might get 25 minutes or so, but to play as long as I did was a great experience.

“I couldn’t have asked for anything better than to get a big win like that. You don’t want to start your Super League career with a loss.

“I don’t know if I’ve done enough to keep my place in the squad. I know I still have a few things to work on physically, but it was a big step up from playing for the under-19s.

“It’s a massive step up, especially in the heat we had to deal with. It feels good to play a part in helping to get the win.”

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