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Rovers confirm Sheens’ exit
Hull Kingston Rovers has confirmed that Tim Sheens has left his position as head coach with immediate effect.
The Australian spent two-and-a-half seasons at KCOM Craven Park, lifting the club from the Championship back up to the Betfred Super League in his first year, before consolidating the team’s status in the 2018 campaign.
Sheens took charge of 84 games, winning 47 matches, drawing two and losing 35.
According to a statement on the club’s website: “A recent run of six defeats in seven league games during the current campaign, which leaves the club sat next to the bottom of the league, and an exit from the Coral Challenge Cup at the weekend, has prompted a change.”