Work re­quired to fix Rovers’ woes

Yorkshire Post - Sports Monday - - RUGBY LEAGUE -

SU­PER LEAGUE: Tim Sheens ac­knowl­edges Hull Kingston Rovers have a lot to “fix up” but in­sists his squad re­main con­fi­dent of get­ting them­selves out of trou­ble.

The Aus­tralian ad­mit­ted his side were in a “dam­age con­trol” sit­u­a­tion dur­ing Fri­day night’s 26-4 de­feat to lead­ers St He­lens and is look­ing for­ward to try­ing to put things right on the train­ing field this week be­fore Sun­day’s trip to Castle­ford Tigers.

“I think we had nine sets when we dropped it on the third tackle or ear­lier – that’s a lot of field po­si­tion to give up,” said Sheens, with dis­graced Wi­gan star Joel Tomkins ex­pected to com­plete a move to Craven Park later to­day.

“I can never fault the play­ers for ef­fort but we have got a lot to fix up. We need to get back to train­ing and work hard.”

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