Dewsbury Rams host Whitehaven this weekend, where both teams will be looking to post a win after respective losses in round three.
Glenn Morrison was very disappointed with the way his team played in their last match, saying: “Against Hunslet, we just didn’t show up, the boys weren’t good enough and couldn’t get ourselves into the game,”
The former Bradford Bulls second-rower says they’ll be no underestimating Whitehaven at the weekend, despite the Cumbrians not winning a league game in 2015 as of yet.
“There are no easy game, we said that last weekend and they hadn’t won a game either,” said Morrison.
“We’ve got to be switched on and want to get back on track straightaway, we can’t afford to tun up like we did last week.”
Whitehaven go into round four without a win to their name. James Coyle’s first game as head coach came last weekend when Sheffield visited The Recreation Ground.
The Cumbrian side lost 20-6 but Coyle has taken some positives from the defeat.
“Obviously it was a setback not getting the result but I think we did quite a few things right which possibly gives ourselves a chance in the game on Sunday.” said the player-coach.
The 29 year-old has called for positivity in the Whitehaven camp, highlighting the importance it has on a squad.
“We’ve got to stay positive, we’ve got a lot of new players and we’re trying to get them to play together,” he said.
“We’ve just got to stay upbeat and positive and keep moving forward.”