Harlequins 0 Hull KR 34: Jake Webster brace takes heat off under-fire coach Justin Morgan

By Lee Nolan for MailOnline

Hull KR coach Justin Morgan saw his side batter Harlequins 34-0 then insisted: 'We have what it takes to make the play-offs.'

Michael Dobson scored 14 points as Rovers achieved a near repeat of their 37-24 success at Craven Park in April.

Rovers had failed to reach 20 points in their last four games, so such an emphatic victory will bring sighs of relief on the red-and-white side of Humberside.

Justin Morgan

Underfire: Hull KR coach Justin Morgan

It also edges them closer to that important Super League top eight.

Morgan, who had been under some pressure, said: 'I think we can do it. There is lots of rugby still to play and they are all big games for us now. But we just have to keep putting in the hard work.

'We were not flawless and can play better than we did today. There will be pressure on us now but there always is in a results-based environment. I have to absorb that and remain fully focused.'

Morgan was thrilled Harlequins were not able to record a single point on their own turf.

He added: 'It is great they were not able to get over our try line. I am thrilled that we kept them to zero.'

Neither side troubled the scoreboard for almost half an hour and Harlequins more than held their own, boosted by last weekend's 40-22 win over Wakefield Wildcats that ended a run of 13 Super League games without a victory.

Quins head coach Rob Powell said: 'In the first half it was a good arm wrestle but we made an error in the scrum and went behind.

Chad Randall of Harlequins

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'They scored easily in the second half and that was a shame because we spent a lot of the game in their half.

'But Hull KR showed more leadership in the second half and had more resilience about them.'

It took 28 minutes for the game to really get going, but tries from Jake Webster and Liam Colborn put KR in command at half-time.

Webster piled on the misery two minutes into the second half when he shrugged off five tackles for his second try.

The home fans were heading for the exits in the final 10 minutes as tries from Blake Green and Ben Gales bumped up Hull KR's already impressive score.

Man-of-the match Dobson - who converted five kicks out of six - rounded things off with Rovers' final try of the game in the last minute.