Dewsbury Rams hooker Sam Day believes that whilst the outcome against Barrow was not all positive it shows the drive to improve further after the draw at the Raiders.
He said of the 20-20 draw at Barrow: “It is disappointing, it is a point lost instead of a point gained, we have played ok in the last two games and then got off the bus today and that first forty minutes was the worst we have played so far this season.
“We played better in the second half and could have won it in the end, on another day those drop goals go over, it is just all about practice. We now have to move on to next week and a play in a tough test against Toronto.
“We still have a lot to work on to get to where we want to go, it is nice to get another point on the league table, but it should have been two points. Obviously we’ll work on things hopefully we should beat them when we face them at home.
“With how we have performed in the last three games, we can go into the next few games with confidence, if we had lost the last three games and performances had been bad then it would be hard. We haven’t been bad and we have been good defensively and we just need to keep working hard and keep working together because these next run of fixtures will be hard.”