Receiving praise from your coach is a good feeling but when the coach describes the win as your best to date in the competition, it is an even sweeter feeling – with Warrington Wolves coach Tony Smith ecstatic with his side’s dominant and clinical display in the 34-12 win over Huddersfield.
It was a double from Australian forward Trent Waterhouse that helped the Wolves to the victory, with Smith praising his side’s attack and their defence.
“It was a very good performance, our best of the season. Huddersfield asked us a lot questions and I thought we answered them pretty well,” said Smith.
“We were especially good in defence. We’ve had a few lesser scores against us, but I thought our commitment to defending the line today was outstanding.
“Danny Brough kicked a 40-20 early on and then two plays down the line they scored. But after that I don’t think we were breached too many more times.”
The turnaround is a short one for the Giants, as they have another game on Saturday, with coach Paul Anderson not to keen to dwell on the past.
“We failed to come up with the answers, and that’s a rarity, though we can’t dwell on it too much as we have a game on Saturday,” said Anderson.