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McNamara was happy with the win over Hull KR, but was disappointed that his side were coming back for the third game in a row; “We seem to have developed a little habit that we need to get rid of very quickly,” Dragons head coach said.

Last updated: 24/07/21 9:48 pm

Steve McNamara wants to see improved performances from the Catalans

Steve McNamara wants to see improved performances from the Catalans

Steve McNamara was not very impressed with the Catalan Dragons ’game, despite the fact that they had scored a number of goals in a record 10-win Super League win over Betfred.

The Dragons returned for the third week in a row with a second-half blitz from the dead that Hull shot the Kingston Rovers to secure a 32-30 victory after a 26-12 lead.

They also calculate the cost of a possible broken arm for skipper Ben Garcia, although they are waiting for X-ray results to determine.

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The Catalans make it 10 in a row

The Catalans Dragons returned from the dead for the third week in a row with a second-half blitz that shot Hull.

“Sure, I’m happy we won, but I’m really unhappy with the performance,” Dragons head coach McNamara said.

“In the last three games we have to go back, we have to be very disciplined, but it’s clear that we’re not in the front row. I think we’ve got a little bit of a habit that we have to get out of it very quickly.

“We just couldn’t stand Jordan Abdul’s kicking game, we didn’t get the full number of balls we needed to have and they scored points and made strong progress. I don’t think there was anything structurally wrong alone. could not withstand the blows of Jordan.

“There’s a lot of dissatisfaction among the players and we have to deal with that before our next game.”

Leaders of the Catalan League of Dragon face Hull KR in this reorganized instrument at the Gilbert Brutus Stade.

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Leaders of the Catalan League of Dragon face Hull KR in this reorganized instrument at the Gilbert Brutus Stade.

Leaders of the Catalan League of Dragon face Hull KR in this reorganized instrument at the Gilbert Brutus Stade.

Scrum Peninsula Jordan Abdullah bombed the French side with high shots to put Rovers 14 points ahead in the long run, but that was no resistance to the long-running dragon attack.

The Rovers were the first to score through Abdullah, but the Dragon hit, when the second row Matt Whitley happily gathered so as not to get in the way between the posts, Arthur Moore moved to level 6-6.

The Catalans ’Ben Garcia is suspected of having a broken arm against Hull KR

The Catalans ’Ben Garcia is suspected of having a broken arm against Hull KR

The Robins hit when Sean Kenny-Dowell hit a high shot that Tom Davis crossed for crossing the line, but Sam Tomkins punished for the dragon and tried on the left side of the post, Murphy to level level once again.

Abdullah’s bombing mission continued when steepler Tomkins went to Greg Minikin to collect and plant bamboo sticks, then Adam Quinlan ran 50 yards to make it 26-12 during the break.

Whitley and Abdul then began their second attempt before the Dragons ’return, when Cosiano found Michael Goodemand to put the French midfielder on the line. Before Murg could squeeze a narrow victory for the dragon, Fuad Yaha added another.

Tony Smith could not blame Hull’s attempt to defeat the Catalans

Tony Smith could not blame Hull’s attempt to defeat the Catalans

Hull KR coach Tony Smith said: “I was happy with the effort, but not so much about the overall performance. I thought we controlled the game really well in the first half.”

“But we had really weak control and discipline in the second half, which was really disappointing where we wanted to be at this stage of the season.

“We had a good chance to beat our opponents there, but everyone is fighting the Catalans for a tough fight. It’s hard to lose a game like that, especially when you played very well in the first half with a few great performances. But overall in the middle. second, we weren’t awesome today.

“I don’t make any excuses as if we’ve called or something, and we actually learned a few lessons in that second quarter, and we’ll definitely accept that by the next two weeks.

“So, we don’t want to do anything about it today or stick to both aspects of our game. We just soak it up, learn from it and put it on Thursday.”

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