Hull KR coach Chris Chester has praised the performance of Terry Campese after the stand-off led the Robins to their first win of the Super League season.
Campese was prominent as Hull KR fought back to beat Wigan by two points, his kicking game near perfect as the home team rallied from 20-6 behind in the second half to win 22-20.
“I thought Terry led the team very, very well,” Chester said.
“I spoke to him after the Wakefield game that he needs to be more of a threat with ball in hand and take the line on. I thought he did that today and kicked well as well.”
For Chester’s full post-media press conference watch below.