Adam Quinlan: By all accounts the full-back shouldn’t have played as he continues to be hampered by an adductor issue but that he did says everything about his commitment to the club and he was brave under the high ball all night. 7

Ryan Shaw: A real mixed bag from the out-of-contract winger, who made numerous errors yet laid on Kane Linnett’s try and held his nerve from the kicking tee. 6

Ben Crooks: Got through plenty of work in defence and can hold his head high after giving everything for the cause week after week in 2019. 7

Kane Linnett: Outstanding effort from the Australian on his return from a rib issue, finishing off a well-worked try and providing a major threat on the left edge throughout. 8

 

Craig Hall: Four tackles with three misses highlights the area he needs to work on. His form faded after signing a new deal, for one reason or another. 6

Danny McGuire: Looked like the script was written for him when Hull KR needed one point to win it but aside from a lovely bit of play for the first try, it was a frustrating night on his farewell appearance. He was sin-binned and guilty of trying too hard. The veteran could never be accused of winding down to retirement. 6

Josh Drinkwater: The much-maligned half-back was on hand to finish off KR’s opening try and ended his KR career with an improved performance, although the kick which led to McGuire’s yellow card was particularly poor. 6

Kyle Trout: The prop certainly added some grunt to the Robins pack and would be a useful squad member next season. 6

Matt Parcell: The Australian is renowned for his explosive running from dummy half but his work in defence goes largely unnoticed, with the hooker getting through 60 tackles last night. 7

Josh Drinkwater of Hull KR races away to score against Salford Red Devils
Josh Drinkwater of Hull KR races away to score against Salford Red Devils

Daniel Murray: A strange night for the on-loan Salford prop but there were no split loyalties as he underlined his commitment to the badge with yet another solid performance. 6

Dean Hadley: It was little wonder the back-rower went down with cramp in extra time after making 62 tackles. A real shrewd signing who is only going to get better. 7

Weller Hauraki: His neat pass put Shaw into space for Linnett’s try and he kept putting his hand up for hit-ups all night. The experienced back-rower has to be one of the front-runners for player of the season. 7

Robbie Mulhern: His effort can never be questioned but 11 missed tackles tell the story of a player who is perhaps too enthusiastic, which was evident when he sprinted out of the line to give Joey Lussick the chance to send the game to golden point. 6

 

Danny Addy: The utility man put in a shift in what could be his final game in KR colours. 6

Mose Masoe: Has added aggression from the bench in recent weeks but there is still a sense the Robins should be getting more out of the big man. 6

Chris Atkin: Impressed again but the increased game time came too late to keep the playmaker at the club and Rovers could be left to rue his departure. 6

George Lawler: Another player who has given everything for the cause this year and, like many of his team-mates, can now get his injury fixed in the off-season. 6

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