Cullens CommentCoach Paul Cullen gives his view on the Challenge Cup game against Leeds and looks towards this weekends clash with the Bradford Bulls.WHAT IS THE MOOD LIKE IN CAMP THIS WEEK AFTER A WIN AGAINST WIDNES ON TUESDAY AND THEN A CLOSE GAME AGAINST LEEDS ON SATURDAY?The mood is one that is looking forward to testing ourselves again against one of the best teams in the competition. We have enjoyed our games against the Bulls recently but are determined to come away from this one with the win as opposed to a one point defeat or a draw. WHERE YOU PLEASED WITH THE PERFORMANCE IN THE POWERGEN CHALLENGE CUP?Pleased with the effort from most by most considering the circumstances that we had to manage for the nine days prior to the Cup game but ultimately disappointed that we did not have enough to take what would have been a deserved win, the inclusion of Andrew Dunnemann who didn't play against Wakefield previously proved to be a defining factor.BRADFORD HAVE HAD A ROCKY START TO THE ENGAGE SUPER LEAGUE LIKE US ARE YOU EXPECTING IT TO BE A TOUGH ENCOUNTER?Their form could be considered as indifferent but however they startedan 80 point score line regardless of opposition shows things are back on track. They had the luxury of resting key players for their Cup game last week, when we had to play players who were very short on game time. HOW IS NATHAN WOOD, HE LOOKED TO BE LIMPING AT THE END OF THE MATCH? IS HE FIT FOR SUNDAY'S MATCH?Yes he is fit and he did remarkably well to push his body back so early from his original injury. CAN WE EXPECT ANY PLAYERS BACK THIS WEEKEND FROM INJURY?We have great hopes that Paul Noone and Toa Kohe Love maybe fit to return to action.
07, Apr, 2005