The Chemics beat Trinity 56-18, with White scoring four tries. It was the team’s first win, following a draw against Wigan and a defeat to Leeds.
“It’s always nice to get a win on the board. We had that draw with Wigan but we’ve got two points for the win now,” White told BBC Radio Merseyside.
“I think we had a bit of luck go our way. We stuck to our gameplan but I don’t think we expected a score like that to be honest.
“It’s really important and we can kick on from there now.
“Anyone watching from the outside can tell that it means a lot to all the teams this year, you can’t have any weeks off.
“There’s massive competition throughout the squad – everyone is pushing for places and if you don’t perform to your ability then you’re going to be out.
“I still haven’t got that many games under my belt, I’m still learning.
“I still want to learn from Aaron Heremaia, just picking up on little things that he does and then trying to work on what I’m good at to make me better.”