Craig Sandercock has been appointed the new head coach of Hull Kingston Rovers.
The 42-year-old Australian, who joins Rovers after a spell as assistant coach at the Newcastle Knights, has signed a two-year deal at New Craven Park.
"I am excited about coming to Hull KR and coaching in the Super League," Sandercock told the club's official website.
"The rich history of the club, the professional way in which it's administered, the passionate supporters and, most importantly, the prospect of coaching a talented group of players greatly appeals to me."
Sandercock succeeds fellow Aussie Justin Morgan, who left the Robins after six years at the helm.