Chris Chester has revealed that he is hopeful of welcoming back three of his injured stars for next Saturday’s trip to face London.
Chad Randall, Anthony England and Jacob Miller could all be back in contention for the clash in the capital, as Chester seeks to refresh his options following an arduous display in victory against Widnes last night.
“We looked a tired team out there and lacked a bit of direction with the ball,” Chester told the post-match press conference.
“We had some blokes out there who have played every minute of every game during the Easter period, but with the injury crisis we have we just can’t rotate.
“Kyle Wood played another 80 minutes and was out on his feet at the end.”
The Trinity boss was less than pleased with the performance from his players, describing it as “80 minutes of my life I’m never going to get back”.
“I was really disappointed with the performance,” he said.
“We had one objective, which was to get to the quarter-finals, and we got it, but I was so disappointed with how we approached that first half.
“We had players trying to throw the ball out of their backsides and our completion was at 30% during the first 15-20 minutes.
“We finally got the message to the them that if we complete we’ll roll over the top of them, and in the last ten minutes we completed six out of seven sets and you could see the difference.
“But credit to Widnes. They came here to play and they looked like the Super League team for the first 30 minutes, but we’re into the next round.”