Happy homecoming Last lauds Hull’s emphatic return to KCOM
Andy Last was “over the moon” to lead Hull FC out at home for the first time as his side thrashed Castleford 48-6.
Hull ran in eight tries in their first game at the KCOM Stadium since Lee Radford lost his job in March. Since the resumption of Super League, matches have been held in double- or triple-headers at a single venue. “I was absolutely over the moon with it,” said Last, the interim head coach, whose side kept alive their top-four hopes.
“I did whisper to a few of the senior players that this is my first home game as head coach of my hometown club, so make sure it goes down as a win.”