Dewsbury: Unhappy Morrison lays down the law

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DEWSBURY RAMS are hanging on to fourth spot in the Kingstone Press Championship, but coach Glenn Morrison is far from happy.

Rams saw off bottom-placed visitors Doncaster 14-6 two days ago, but Morrison reckoned the victory was all they had to celebrate.

“We got the two points, but that was about the only positive to come from the game,” he said. “We were poor, we didn’t turn up to play and the intensity wasn’t there.

“We said we had to be switched on, because we knew it would be a tough game.

“It was a must-win, but we weren’t there. We still got the win and it keeps us in the top-four, but we’ve got to be better than that.”

Rams face a similar challenge at home to third-bottom Workington Town on Sunday.

Morrison said: “It’s another must-win game. We’ve got to build some momentum, because after that we play Bradford, Halifax, Leigh, Featherstone and London – who are all top teams.

“If we can get some momentum this week we’ll go into the Bulls game in good shape, so we have to get things right this week in training.”

Rams have a doubt over hooker Matty Wildie, who suffered a head injury early in Sunday’s game and was not able to go back on.

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