Hull KR head coach Tim Sheens was pleased with his team’s Challenge Cup victory at Leigh on Saturday, but believes there are still areas they can improve in.
The Championship table-toppers ran out 23-10 winners against the Centurions to seal their place in the sixth round and Sheens says the success was deserved.
“It was a good win and we had to show a lot of courage – that’s not their best side and it wasn’t ours either but we had good support from our crowd,” said Sheens.
“It pleased me that we were never behind at any stage and that we took the opportunities that came our way.
“I’m really happy with the result. We approached the game very professionally. Everyone did their jobs. But we have got some stuff to learn. We have got a long way to go as a team.
“My attitude has always been to deal with what’s in front of you – but we are only halfway through the season.”