Waterhouse: The Two Points
Second rower Trent Waterhouse powered over the whitewash for a try in last week's Cup quarter final victory but this week's focus is back on the Super League.
Reflecting on last weekend's win he said: "I thought it was one of our best performances this year on Sunday. Huddersfield are a great team and it was good to get that win and move into the next round. It's a special competition and it's great to still be in it."
And on that try: "I don't get a whole lot of them but it's always good to get one (a try) especially here in front of the home fans. It's a great atmosphere and they really get noisy when you bag a try."
Despite the Cup semi final being just round the corner it is important that the team refocus on the Super League task ahead this week.
"Everyone is talking about Hull FC next week, in the media, but back in training we know we've got a job to do this week first. Hull KR are a good side and they are going to come here to play. We want those two points; if we don't come here with our best we won't get the result so we need to be ready for them.
"They've got some dangerous players; some great halves steering them round the park and some big strong forwards.... Dobson is their leader playing some great footy. He and Burns in the halves have been playing well with Eden at the back who is really dangerous.....We will need to be right on our game.
"They want to get up that ladder as far as they can. They will come here with a fair bit of confidence. They've been on a bit of a run so it's going to be a tough one."
Waterhouse adds that you, the fans, have been making all the difference over the last few weeks and will play a big part at next week's Cup semi final.
"They (the fans) are always great crowds here. There's always a great atmosphere at this ground and we love playing here and having them right behind us.
"I know they'll be getting down there (Huddersfield) in force as they always follow us. It's great to have them there behind us; they are very passionate."
Match tickets for Sunday's game v Hull KR, KO 3pm, are available in WolfWare, at WolfWare Online and on 08448 11 11 76 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)
True Colours match programme will be available from sellers around the ground on Sunday priced at just £3 for a 76-page read. Plus win with the Wolves with this week's Try Time, tickets just £1 each.
17, Jul, 2013