Our captain James Roby spoke to us ahead of our Good Friday derby fixture against the Wigan Warriors.
It’s a game he’s no stranger to having experienced a number of these games, and he knows the significance of the game going in not only to the towns but to the rest of our season.
With over 5000 tickets sold, we’ll be in full voice behind the sticks at the DW on Friday, and it’s an atmosphere, Robes says, that the group really enjoy and they can wait to hear the support come the warm-up.
A good performance last time out saw us put seven tries on the board against Wakefield Trinity, but we know there are still areas to build on, and we’ll be looking to take another step in the right direction.
Wigan are performing well so far this season and we know we’ll have to be at our best to get the win against a well-organised and structured side.