RYAN Morgan enjoyed his first hit out in the Red V and getting the two points against Leeds.
The centre made his first grade debut for the club in the 6-4 win over the Rhinos.
“It was a physical game,” he said. “There was a lot of intent out there from both sides and the crowd was good too. It had a real semi-final feel about it.
“It was clear that everyone wants to play for each other and that will carry us a bit further. It was a bit frantic at times and we had to scramble but it will be good for us going forward.
“The defensive structure here makes it easy for someone to come in. It works if you buy into what the boys are doing; your mates are there to cover you if you make a mistake.
“I made a hiccup in the corner against Leeds which was my fault, but I will get that fixed up for the next game.”
Ryan’s versatility was tested early into his Saints career as he moved out to the wing after Jonny Lomax went off with concussion.
“I haven’t played on the wing for a long time but you have to do what is good for the team,” he continued. “It was a scrappy game and we aren’t happy with how we played. But its early days and we got the two points.”
Saints are next in action when they travel to Leigh next Friday (Feb 24) before hosting Wakefield (March 3) a week later.
Tickets for these fixtures are now on sale from the Ticket Office, online and via 01744 455 052.