Rugby players show A Little Respect ahead of cup final

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Hull Kingston Rovers have teamed up with 80s band Erasure to record a charity version of hit single ‘A Little Respect’ ahead of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final.

It was lead singer Andy Bell who came up with the idea, inspired by social media footage of Rovers fans singing along to the tune after the semi-final.

First-team players have lent their vocals over the original backing track, and the new version is set to become the club’s official song for the final.

Proceeds from the single will be split between the Terrence Higgins Trust, a charity nominated by Andy which supports people with HIV, and Hull KR’s joint Charities of the Year 2015 Downright Special and Freddie’s Friends.

You can download the single by clicking here.

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