Rugby League: KARL'S ANGER AT COLEY WAR; Salford 8 Hull 12; Harrison: Andy's Red Cost Us

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Rugby League: KARL'S ANGER AT COLEY WAR; Salford 8 Hull 12; Harrison: Andy's Red Cost Us


Byline: DAVID BURKE

ANGRY Reds boss Karl Harrison blamed second rower Andy Coley for the defeat which kept alive Hull's hopes of finishing in the top two.

The Reds led 6-2 when Coley was sent off by referee Ashley Klein in the 26th minute for flattening Richard Whiting in an off-the-ball incident.

Harrison, whose side had conceded 126 points in two previous defeats by Hull this year, slammed: "Andy let the club and his team-mates down.

"He deserved to be sent off and whatever Whiting did first was immaterial - two wrongs don't make a right."

But Hull were far from impressive and failed to exploit the extra man advantage.

Hull boss Shaun McRae said: "What he did was very much out of character. Sometimes things happen in the heat of battle and I hope that's taken into account."

Rising star Kirk Yeaman was the pick of a Hull side, who at least guaranteed third spot.

Reds' skipper Malcolm Alker fired his side ahead after a mistake by Shayne McMenemy. But Hall squandered several chances with sloppy handling before Gareth Rayner went over on the half-hour after Karl Fitzpatrick failed to collect Richard Horne's kick under pressure from Colin Best.

But 12-man Salford held out defiantly until midway through the second half when a rare missed tackle by Kevin McGuinness allowed Yeaman to take Whiting's pass and storm over. …

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