Match Reaction…

JAMAHL Lolesi admitted Saints were a little flat in their loss to Warrington Wolves on Thursday.

“We probably paid the price for last week’s game,” the assistant coach said. “That was a really high intensive game. We started really flat and struggled to get a foothold in the match.

“Warrington came here and played like they had nothing to lose as they have done for the last three weeks. We tried to warn the boys that would happen.

“But we didn’t get off to a good start and then had to claw ourselves back into the game. You have to give credit to them as opposed to our guys being a bit flat though.

“We fought really hard to get back into it, but all that energy cost us and it meant we didn’t make the right decisions at the right time because of that fatigue and effort.

“We were not at the races for a number of reasons – Warrington’s defence was in our face all night and they played with freedom.”

He continued: “I suppose you could call it a wake up call. When we have come off wins over Wigan we have been a little flat and we have a few personnel missing such as Alex Walmsley.

“But the boys are under no illusion and perhaps in the back of their heads their focus was on next week. I suppose that is human nature.”

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