Will Dagger: Was let down by the defence in front of him at times but he was among Hull KR’s better performers, showing his bravery to shrug off a heavy bang to the ribs to score late on. 7

Ben Crooks: Worked harder than anybody out of backfield but it just wasn’t his night in good ball, with his handling deserting him at crucial moments. 4

Brad Takairangi: A smart piece of play to lay on Mikey Lewis’ try and got a few offloads away but Leeds Rhinos did a decent job on him. 5

Shaun Kenny-Dowall: The effort was there as ever but the Rovers skipper was well handled by the Rhinos defence. 6

Jimmy Keinhorst: A couple of errors – including a costly one that gave Leeds the field position for their crucial second try – but he never shirked the tough stuff and showed his utility value when injuries struck. 7

Jordan Abdull: The half-back sent up some towering kicks but there was not much else to his performance. 5

Mikey Lewis: A try and an assist in an industrious display and stayed resolute defensively. 7

George King: Took another bang to the face in another wholehearted showing but there are signs of weariness from the prop. 6

Matt Parcell: Not many opportunities to run before he was forced off late in the first half with a season-ending injury. 5

Will Maher: A solid enough first stint but did not reappear after picking up a hamstring issue. 5

Luis Johnson: Returned to the right edge and dug in defensively as he always does. 6

Kane Linnett: Made 35 tackles and 103 metres from 12 carries in a typically strong performance. 7

Matt Parcell (9) of Hull KR receives treatment off the field for an injury
Matt Parcell (9) of Hull KR receives treatment off the field for an injury

Matty Storton: KR’s best on the night with 46 tackles and only one miss in addition to 114 metres from 14 hit-ups. 7.5

Bench

Korbin Sims: Got through his fair share of work defensively but failed to make any kind of dent in Leeds going the other way. 5

Jez Litten: The young hooker is set for a key role next week in the absence of Parcell and he warmed up for the Warrington Wolves play-off game with a hardworking defensive stint. 6

Muizz Mustapha: Added energy and enthusiasm against his parent club. 6

Will Tate: A tough ask after being thrown in for his first Super League outing of the year and he understandably struggled. 5