Dewsbury Rams: Display grabs Morrison’s attention

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DEWSBURY RAMS’ head coach Glenn Morrison has saluted his players following their 34-16 win at Whitehaven two days ago.

It was the sort of game Rams have struggled in previously this season and Morrison said: “It was a good win.

“The bus trip up there is tough and we were still on the bus in the first half.

“We didn’t play very well, but in the second half we only made one error – and that was when Browny [Aaron Brown] made a break and was going for the line and dropped the ball.

“It was a good performance and a good result, because it is always a tough place to go.”

With one of the pre-season top-four favourites London Broncos losing at Workington Town, Rams climbed a place to sixth in the Kingstone Press Championship.

And the Owl Lane outfit play their game in hand tomorrow, away to leaders Leigh Centurions, and will move above Featherstone Rovers into fifth if they win.

“We are in the top-six, which is where we wanted to be,” Morrison said.

“We are happy with where we are.”

Brett Seymour suffered a foot injury and could be a doubt for tomorrow’s game.

But Morrison said: “We’ve had a few players pick up injuries in the last few weeks, but players have come in and done a good job.”

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