Bradford coach James Lowes was relieved that his team learned some lessons from the week before when they beat Workington at the weekend.
The Bulls coach had been unhappy with some things from the week before, but was delighted with the way his players responded to his criticism.
“I was critical of some of the things we did last week but thought we did better this time around,” Lowes told his club’s official website.
“We were much improved defensively, meaning Workington did not get much out of us, and I thought our kicking game was solid, particularly during the first half.
“We let them off the hook at times in terms of errors and penalties conceded but, generally, I thought our performance was better.
“The conditions were tough but you cannot let that get in the way of a performance. The errors we did make were not caused by the weather.
“I thought everyone had a good yesterday. We did well as a team.”