Ben Cockayne

It was a win that they needed and they got it, as the Wakefield Wildcats simply outclassed their opponents, the London Broncos, taking the game 28-0, moving them up to sixth on the Super League ladder in the process.

With their form now shining through and ambitions to go higher up in the table, Wakefield coach Richard Agar believes that his side is capable of continuing their climb up the Super League ladder in coming weeks.

“To see the improvements we have made from week one is really pleasing. There were times we needed to step it up and today we did,” he said.

“We know we can attack and score from pretty much anywhere on the field, and it is our improvement defensively that pleases me most.

“We have some really tough games coming up and we need to keep that defensive effort going. We are certainly moving in the right direction and are confident we can do that.”

With the first-half somewhat even, it was the second half where Wakefield took control, asserting their authority on the game, as Broncos coach Tony Rea admits that his side needs to improve in the coming weeks.

“The answers are on the inside for us. If you keep expecting the negatives then that is what you are going to get,” said Rea.

“We had chances to get into good positions today, but we did not take them. We have to stay strong, stick together as a group and find the positives.”

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