Dewsbury Rams in confident mood ahead of Championship meeting with Halifax Panthers
Dewsbury Rams' self-belief has not been dented by successive defeats, according to coach Lee Greenwood.
Rams began their Betfred Championship campaign with back-to-back wins over Whitehaven and Widnes Vikings, but have since lost to Bradford Bulls and York City Knights
Greenwood’s side are at home to Halifax Panthers tomorrow (5.15pm) and he insisted they are in good spirits.
“Although we’ve lost our last two, we are confident in what we are doing and enjoying each other’s company,” Greenwood said.
“Training has been good and we will go into this week with confidence.”
Rams led 8-0 and 14-6 against York last Sunday and it was 20-20 going into the final quarter before the visitors sealed the win with 10 unanswered points.
“It was a good effort against York,” Greenwood added.
“They have got some high-profile, quality players and I thought for large parts of the game we kept them quiet and looked on a par with them.
“We have got to take heart from that.
“It is a similar sort of challenge for us this week, they have got a lot of big names and we expect them to come desperate for a win.
“We need to be right on our game to give ourselves a chance.”
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