Hull FC Struggles in 2024 Rugby League Season – Results, Stats, and Analysis

Shocking Start for Hull FC in 2024 Rugby League Season

The 2024 rugby league season has been nothing short of disastrous for Hull FC so far. With just one win from seven games, an early exit from the Challenge Cup, and a string of poor performances, the Black and Whites’ start to the year has been truly shocking.

A deep dive into the rugby league results and statistics paints an even bleaker picture for the struggling Super League side. Hull FC’s discipline has been the worst in the entire rugby league competition, having received a staggering 10 cards already – three of which have gone to prop Ligi Sao alone. This undisciplined play has resulted in Hull conceding the most penalties in Super League with 57 so far.

“Their start to the 2024 rugby league season is their second-worst in the club’s Super League history, matching their poor runs in 2015, 2007 and 1998. The only time they had a worse start was all the way back in 1999, when they lost their first seven games as the Hull Sharks.”

Defensively, Hull FC have truly struggled, conceding a staggering 252 points in just seven rugby league matches – an average of 36 points per game. This is the worst defensive start to a Super League season in the club’s history, surpassing even last year’s disappointing tally of 224 points conceded after seven games.

With their attack only managing 86 points so far, it’s clear that Hull FC’s problems lie primarily on the defensive end as they search for answers to turn around their dismal 2024 rugby league campaign.

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