Hull KR coach Tony Smith was full of praise for Ryan Hall who reached a remarkable milestone in their 26-6 win over Leeds.
England international Hall took his Super League tally to 200 to help the Robins beat his former club Leeds 26-6 at Craven Park.
Smith said: “I know Hally’s not one for records but that was a huge achievement. I thought Ryan Hall was terrific tonight. He was big and powerful and fast.
“I think I was around when he scored his first, I’m not sure I will be around when he scores his last.”
Smith added: “We won’t fall in love with ourselves that’s for sure. I thought it was a pretty decent performance. It wasn’t without fault, we will look at that.
“I’m pleased for the players. I thought we managed it pretty well today not to let Leeds get back into the game. We felt they were a little off their game today.”
Smith felt his team had been building towards the performance against Leeds after getting off the mark the week before against Huddersfield with a one-point win.
Smith said: “We’ve been competitive in each of our games and I think we’ve been getting better in most of our games.
“I’m really pleased for the players, they’ve been working hard and they have got the spoils. As a club we have not won back to back games since 2018 and that’s too long.”