We catch up with Hull FC's Richard Horne who shares the highs and lows of an impressive 16 year career

Last Updated: 06/08/14 8:04pm

We catch up with Hull FC stalwart Richard Horne who will retire from the game at the end of the season. We speak to him about his highs and lows of his 16 year career at his hometown club.

Horne showed that he still has plenty to offer as he  produced a man-of-the-match performance to help Hull beat Super League leaders St Helens at the KC Stadium over the weekend and the club looks set to benefit even more from his experience as he looks set to join the coaching set-up once he hangs up his boots.

Also on the show this week…

NEWS & ANALYSIS: We’ll bring you the big stories from Super League, while Terry O'Connor, Brian Carney and John Kear will join Eddie Hemmings in the studio to have their say on the major talking points.

MEN UNITED: Leeds captain Kevin Sinfield and former Manchester United and England footballer Paul Scholes join forces to raise awareness of prostrate cancer.

SAM TOMKINS: Fresh from the New Zealand Warriors 54-18 win over Canberra Raiders, Sam talks to us about all things NRL and what he thought of his brother's return to the 13-man game.

CHAMPIONSHIP HIGHLIGHTS: This week we bring you the best bits from the Cumbrian derby between Workington and Whitehaven.

You can catch Boots ‘n’ All at 6.30pm, Wed, Sky Sports 4 HD and don't forget you can follow the season and stay involved via Twitter @SkySportsRL.

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