Rovers shock Rhinos
Hull KR boosted their Super League play-off hopes with a stunning 16-12 win over champions Leeds at Headingley.
Rovers bounced back from their Hull derby home defeat in spectacular style, producing a tremendous defensive stint to keep the Rhinos at bay in a tense and thrilling finish.
Craig Sandercock's men remain eighth but need just one more win from their last two matches to guarantee their play-off spot, while Leeds missed the chance to consolidate a top-four finish after losing for the first time in five matches.
Leeds captain Kevin Sinfield went through the 3,000 Super League points barrier but the Rhinos will be disappointed they could not pay a fitting tribute to Challenge Cup final winning coach Graham Murray, who passed away last month and to whom the match was dedicated.
After Kallum Watkins went over for the opening score, KR hit back to take a 12-6 half-time lead thanks to converted tries from Jordan Cox and Rhys Lovegrove. Michael Dobson's two penalties after the break gave the visitors a cushion that they defended despite Watkins setting up a tight finish by scoring his second seven minutes from time.
Hull warmed up for their Tetley's Challenge Cup final date with Wigan next weekend with a 18-13 victory over Salford at the KC Stadium.
Ryan McGoldrick's early try gave Salford the lead before Joe Arundel levelled when he crossed.
The Reds led at half-time though after a Danny Williams score before Aaron Heremaia tied the scores with a second-half effort, and a late flurry of action finished with Joe Westerman's late winning try.