Leigh coach John Duffy says his side must remain upbeat, despite their winless start to the new Super League season continuing with a heavy defeat away at Hull KR.
Winger Ryan Hall scored a hat-trick for the Robins, with Kane Linnett also crossing twice in their 40-16 victory at Craven Park.
Sunday’s result means the Centurions are the only side in the division without a league win so far in 2021.
Duffy admits that his players paid the price for their own mistakes, having levelled the scores at 12-12 midway through the first half.
“It was a bit scrappy for a start and then we got ourselves into it,” he said. “We had a real good chat at half-time but penalties cost us.
“We’ve done it tough the last couple of days. There have been issues so it’s not the best prep, and a couple of senior boys were missing.
“[It was] the same things again as there have been in the first few weeks. I feel for the players, I’ve been there. They’re doing it really tough at the minute.”