Jamie Shaul: An improvement from the Hull FC full-back when it comes to catching the high ball again, while he busted five tackles, created one try and dived over himself. 8
Bureta Faraimo: The winger showed what he’s all about on his return from a one-match suspension. Another game of over 100 metres and he brushed off three defenders for his first-half try as well. 8
Jake Connor: Made a good impression back at right centre and started the ball rolling with a sublime offload to see Danny Washbrook stroll in early on. 8
Josh Griffin: Yet another ridiculous display from the outside back. He busted nine tackles, made 228 metres and broke the line four times, while he crossed for two pivotal tries. Whilst the powerful back seems to play well anywhere in the three-quarters at the moment, it was interesting that this particularly impressive effort came in his favoured left-centre role. 9 (starman)
Fetuli Talanoa: More of what we are used to from the winger in terms of his work out the backfield, while in attack he did really well to ground Marc Sneyd’s chip kick in the second period. 8
Albert Kelly: A strong running display was somewhat stained by a couple of poor defensive efforts by the half-back, who was taken off in the final ten minutes due to a hamstring problem. 7
Marc Sneyd: Controlled the contest well with some decent hands and a strong kicking game, with the playmaker assisting Talanoa’s try with a neat chip. 8
Scott Taylor: Not the biggest workload of the season so far as Hull rotated him well on the back of a tough Easter period, but with the chances he got he was again robust and error-free. 8
Danny Houghton: Solid defensive effort from the hooker, who was spelled during the game by young gun Jez Litten. 7
Mickey Paea: Much like his fellow starting front rower, Paea did a good job going forward and produced a dependable effort without the ball too. 8
Danny Washbrook: Continues to be an influential performer during some tough times with injuries for the club. Popped up on the wing momentarily to stroll over for his first-half try, while he defended well throughout. 8
Jack Downs: His solid play with the ball was undone by two poor errors during the game which brings his number down a little. 6
Josh Bowden: Whilst he played his part defensively, he made very little metres with the chances he had with the ball. 6
Jez Litten: Spelled Houghton at hooker and was afforded a decent amount of time on the field. We again saw glimpses of the young gun’s potential. 7
Chris Green: A significant improvement in performance from the prop. As well as 33 tackles, he ran for 116 metres on 12 carries. 8
Masimbaashe Matongo: Ran a great line to score his first career try and was reliable during his time on the field. 7
Carlos Tuimavave: Placed on the bench after suffering a negative reaction to a pre-match injection, the centre never appeared from the interchanges. NA
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