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A strong second half gives Hull Kingston Rovers a 26-12 win over Warrington Wolves.
Hull Kingston Rovers have ended Warrington Wolves' unbeaten start to the Super League season with a 26-12 win.
Warrington took the lead at half time, with tries from Stefan Ratchford and Ryan Atkins giving the visitors a 12-6 advantage.
The hosts made a strong start to the second half, Cory Paterson adding to a first-half try from David Hodgson to level the scores.
Michael Dobson fired Rovers in front by kicking a penalty, giving them the lead for the first time in the game, with 17 minutes remaining.
Hodgson added his second try in the 77th minute before Alex Brown got a fourth for the hosts, sealing the win for the Hull KR and moving the club away from the bottom of the table.
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