Hull KR have sacked head coach Chris Chester, with his assistant Willie Poching taking charge for Fridays Super League clash at home to St Helens, live on Sky Sports.The club issued a statement on Wednesday morning that Chester had stood down with immediate effect.The statement added: The sole focus of everybody at the club at this time is on Fridays game and securing two much needed points and any further comment on the situation, future plans and expectations will follow after the weekend. Rovers fans reacted angrily at the end of the 14-12 home defeat to Wakefield Wildcats on Sunday, booing the players after a result which left them without a win after the first three Super League rounds.The loss to visitors Wakefield at the KC Lightstream Stadium was the first win of the season for last years bottom club.Hosts Rovers are ninth in the table, with just a solitary point from the opening round 16-16 draw at home with Castleford Tigers.Chester, who previously played for the Robins as a back row forward, became a coach at the club in 2009, before being promoted to head coach in 2014.In his first full season at the helm, the 37-year-old guided Rovers to the 2015 Challenge Cup final, which they lost 50-0 to holders Leeds Rhinos. Highlights of Hull KRs 14-12 Super League defeat by Wakefield at the weekend Chester almost predicted his own downfall at Hull KRs pre-season media day in January after being told he was second favourite - behind Wakefields Brian Smith - to become the first Super League coaching casualty of 2016.He said: I thought Id have been the favourite after the weekend! It comes with the territory; its part of the job and it doesnt worry me too much. Ive just got to get on with my job because its a job Im very privileged to do.While Poching will take temporary charge, the task of finding a successor will almost certainly fall to Jamie Peacock, the former England captain and Leeds and Bradford forward who took up the clubs newly-created role of football manager at the start of the season.At a press conference later on Wednesday, Poching spoke of his ambition to become a head coach. Tony Puletua carries the ball for Hull KR in the 2015 Challenge Cup Final against Leeds Rhinos at Wembley Stadium. Poching, 42, joined Rovers as assistant coach from Warrington at the start of last season, and said he is now ready to take control of a team.Im really excited, Poching said. Ive been 10 years as an assistant and Im not a head coach yet - Im just holding the fort. Its not the way I would have envisaged or liked but Ive got a job to do.Im genuinely excited to work with the players we have here. I love coming to work every day.Asked if he would like the job on a permanent basis, Poching said: Definitely. Ive waited almost 10 years for a chance to come along. Ive bided my time, Ive done an apprenticeship. I came into this gig as a coach to one day be in charge of a team and I still harbour that ambition.Watch Hull KR in Super League action at home to St Helens on Friday, live on Sky Sports 2 HD from 7.30pm. Or watch for £6.99 without a contract, on NOW TV.Also See:Hull KR beaten by WakefieldBarrie and Terrys biggest hitsPhil Clarkes top five triesFollow @SkySportsRLDiscount NFL Jerseys .B. - Sebastien Auger made 44 saves as the Saint John Sea Dogs edged the visiting Acadie-Bathurst Titan 2-1 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys . LOUIS -- Attorneys for the St. http://www.cheapnfljerseyschinateam.com/ . Haas said he "felt a lot of pain" in his right shoulder when he slammed his racket to the ground in frustration after losing his serve at 3-3 in the first set. Stitched NFL Jerseys .Y. - Jerome Samson scored once in regulation and again in the shootout as the St. Authentic NFL Jerseys . The Islanders dealt Thomas Vanek to the Montreal Canadiens after less than a year on Long Island. Meanwhile, the Oilers dealt long-time sniper Ales hemsky to the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday for a fifth-round pick in 2014 and a third-rounder in 2015.OCEANPORT, N.J. -- Pool Winner scored a wire-to-wire win in the $60,000 My Frenchman Stakes at Monmouth Park on Saturday, beating Sylven Park by 2 } lengths.Trained by Alan Goldberg and ridden by Nik Juarez, the 4-year-old gelding ran the 5 + furlongs over a firm turf course in 1:01.72 and paid $6.40, $3.40 and $2.60. It was the sixth wiin in 15 career starts for Pool Winner, who has now earned (hash)244,840.ddddddddddddylven Park paid $15.60 and $4.40, while betting favorite Run for Logistics was 1 + lengths back in third and returned $2.20. ' ' '