LEIGH were left devastated by a late Hull KR try that scuppered their chances of a first Super League win.

They have lost all 15 games since being moving up from the Championship after Toronto's demise.

But this was as close as they have come to registering a first win - even after Ryan Hall's late try Leigh skipper Liam Hood had a potentially equalising try disallowed for offside.

"We are devastated," said interim coach Kurt Haggerty.

"We put a lot into that game and to come away not winning hurts.

"It is a tough one to swallow. I am gutted for the players because we weren't far off at all.

"But that effort is the driving force for us for the rest of the season.

"We know Hull KR are a good footballing team and they keep moving the ball to break you down. So, we knew the game would go down to the wire.

"If I start to dwell on some of the decisions I probably won't sleep tonight.

"So, I will go home and try to forget about it. It is what it is.

"We are still not used to getting into that set for set cycle. Once we get into the repetition of staying in games, we will win."