Dewsbury Rams: Morrison wants more of the same as Rams eye up semi-final spot

Glenn Morrison.

Glenn Morrison.

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A REPEAT performance is called for when Dewsbury Rams play host to Oldham tomorrow (3pm).

A win would see Rams finish fourth on the Kingstone Press Championship Shield table and book a trip to Bradford Bulls in the semi-finals.

Rams are on a high after a 38-22 success at third-placed Sheffield Eagles six days ago and coach Glenn Morrison said: “Nothing has changed from last week.

“It is in our hands, we have got to win.

“We did that last week and we’ve got to back it up.

“If we play with the same attitude we did last week I am sure we can get a result.”

Rams also want to regain some pride in their final home game of the year.

They were hammered 56-12 by lowly Whitehaven in their previous appearance at Tetley’s Stadium and Morrison admitted: “We were miles off that day.

“We let the fans down and we need to rectify that.”

Oldham – who were promoted to the Championship last year – are safe from relegation, but out of the running for the play-offs.

“They’ve kept their place in the Championship, which is tough,” Morrison observed.

“They have had some good results.

“We know it is going to be tough, they will want to spoil the party.

“They are a big, physical team and we know that’s what they are going to bring.”

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