Dewsbury Rams winger Rob Worrincy insists the team must stick together even though the club is going through a bad patch in results.

On the defeat to Leigh, Worrincy said: “We are all gutted, to lose at home is always disappointing but to be zeroed is even more disappointing, I don’t think the scoreline was a true reflection of the game. I just think a few 50/50 calls didn’t go our way and they took advantage of some errors and they played a little bit more smarter than what we did at times.

“Although we were 24-0 down at half time, there was a ten to fifteen minute period in the first half where we did seem to build a bit of pressure. However we just couldn’t come up with the play to get us over the line, we were a bit indecisive in our play, sometimes we took the wrong option or over played a little bit and it cost us because let’s be fair Leigh are a quality outfit and they have some players in there that can punish you when they are on their game. As we found out when you are off it even in one tackle then they have got quality all over the field.

“It is a difficult one, in some games we have been very, very close to getting over the line and then lost it in the last five minutes of the match. Then there have been games like today where we have just not been at the races. We as a squad must stick together and work for each other, the only people who can change it is the people in that changing room and the 17 that take to the field. We have to keep the belief, we have had some really good results this year and we have gone to some places and got some really big victories. I just think we need to try and take that form and do the same at home because when we do play well we can put a team to the sword.”

The Rams next fixture is on Wednesday night when the club will travel to face the Widnes Vikings in the quarter-final of the 1895 Cup.

On the upcoming game Worrincy said: “In the position we are in now every game is an important game for us where we can build some form.

“We will take the game on Wednesday and use it as an opportunity to write some of the wrongs we had against Leigh. From that then we can build some confidence going into the following weekend.”