MOSE Masoe said the win over Widnes was not only important to keep Saints top of the table but to avenge the Easter Monday loss.
He bagged two tries in the 44-22 victory – and is second was certainly a real highlight reel candidate.
“I’m glad I got those tries,” he said. “Luke Walsh and my teammates put them on a plate for me. I suppose we owed Widnes one from the Easter weekend – they gave it to our young pack back then so it was important we did well.
“We did let them back into a little but it was good that the boys brought it back. We are addressing the situation but we have to fix it rather than letting three or more in and then doing it.”
Mose was on the bench as Luke Walsh was carried off in the second half of the match.
“I could see how bad it was and we all feel sorry for him,” he continued. “But we have to keep going as a team. It is a great opportunity for whoever is going to step into his shoes and take us to another level.
“It will be a great challenge for them to jump into the halves but we have confidence they can do it.”