Shaun Lunt

Some games, teams lose by their own doing, others are lost because of tough decisions against you by the refs or a mix of both in some games – for Craig Sandercock, the Hull KR coach, he was livid at some of the decisions the referees made, as his side lost 50-30 against Huddersfield in a high-scoring affair.

It was their sixth Super League loss of the season, but Sandercock was left rather baffled by some of the decisions made by referee Thierry Alibert.

“I’m still scratching my head over some of the decisions,” said Sandercock.

“If the touch judge can’t see a forward pass from five metres away when it was 32-24 to Huddersfield then that’s embarrassing for the RFL.”

Despite their win, Giants coach Paul Anderson believes his side have to be more cunning and ruthless, when closing out games.

“We went 20-0 up and then got carried away and let them back in it,” Anderson said.

“We’ve got to put teams to bed. And we’ve got to keep an eye on the points difference. To concede 30 points at home is not good enough.

“We’ve now shipped nearly 60 points in the last two matches. With where we want to go, that’s simply not acceptable.”

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