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sport news Hull KR boss: Leigh win means nothing unless we back it up

Shaun Lunt scored twice as Hull KR beat Leigh Centurions 20-16 on Saturday Tim Sheens hailed the Super 8 Qualifying victory as 'another foot in the door' But the Hull KR coach warned his team they must back up their performance  'It means nothing if we don't come out with the right attitude next week,' he said Rugby league news: Wigan beat Huddersfield 18-4 to remain in the top four hunt 

By Press Association Reporter

Published: 01:15 BST, 13 August 2017 | Updated: 01:15 BST, 13 August 2017

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Hull KR coach Tim Sheens urged his team to stay grounded following their 20-16 victory over Leigh Centurions in the Super 8s Qualifiers.

The success against the team who replaced them in Super League was hard earned by the visitors to Leigh Sports Village.

Shaun Lunt scored twice for the Robins including the match-winning try five minutes from the end, which was controversially awarded by the video referee despite what looked like a knock-on in the build-up.

Shaun Lunt scored twice for Hull KR as they beat Leigh Centurions in the Super 8 Qualifiers 

Shaun Lunt scored twice for Hull KR as they beat Leigh Centurions in the Super 8 Qualifiers 

Rovers coach Sheens was delighted with his team's performance and said: 'It's another foot in the door.

'To win two out of two and one against a Super League side certainly

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