Rams set for more hard work against Bradford

Dewsbury Rams won 24-22 at Halifax last weekend, and coach Glenn Morrison felt that they won because they worked hard.

He wants to see similar levels of commitment from his players this week againt Bradford.

“We didn’t do it pretty but we grafted, which was a positive and something we needed to do and I’m really happy with the result,” he said.

“If you play with that kind of commitment you’re going to win more than you lose.

“It’s going to be a tough one on Monday. We’ve got some momentum but we’re losing a few players. The boys who stepped in against Halifax did a good job and if they get a chance against Bradford they’ll do the same.”

Second row Lucas Walshaw, wing Etu Uaisele and hooker Tom Hemingway are all unavailable for Dewsbury.

Bradford thrashed Oldham 82-0 at Odsal last time out.

Coach Rohan Smith wants to see a similar positive attitude from the Bulls at Dewsbury.

“We’ll see how we pull up from the Oldham game, but structurally our attitude towards the Dewsbury game won’t change,” he said.

“We’ll look forward to a big hard game against Dewsbury. We know they’ll bring that physically and back themselves, but I look forward to the opportunity and I’m sure the boys will as well.”

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