Coach Glenn Morrison said: “We were confident all week, there was a good feel about the club and we had a good trip down to London.
“In saying that it was a tough to get the job done but I’m very proud of the boys in doing what we set out to do at the start of the week and being the first team to come away from there with two points.
Looking ahead to the challenge of Leigh he said: “It’s going to be a tough one. They are the team that everyone is looking at, they’ve been playing some real good footy.
“It’s going to be tough but we’ve had some good results on our home pitch and we’ll be going in trying to do our best and keeping some momentum.”
Despite what Leigh Centurions coach Paul Rowley called a “dominant display” against Batley, he acknowledges the game against Dewsbury will be tough.
“They’ve got a big and very, very good squad,” he said.
“They have made a couple of Super League additions in Paul Jackson and Brett Seymour over recent weeks and it shows how strong they are that they can add people of that quality at this time in the season.
“They’re a top four side and I fully expect them to remain there, so it’s going to be tough.”