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|Home team||Score||Away Team|
||42 - 22||
The full-back's job is to catch the ball. That's what he gets paid to do.
Quotes of the week
Huddersfield coach Jon Sharp pulled no punches after watching his side crash out of the Carnegie Challenge Cup with a 42-22 defeat at Hull KR.
Sharp blasted his side's inept defensive display as he saw his players relinquish a 12-0 lead as Rovers ran riot with four tries in the second quarter of the game.
To the Giants credit they fought back admirably to level the scores at 22-22, however their defensive frailties were once again exposed as Rovers went on to score 20 unanswered points.
"A couple of individuals hurt us today," said Sharp.
"They didn't have the best days and didn't handle some of the errors that they came up with and ultimately we paid the price for that."
Full-back Rod Jensen, in particular, had a game to forget after he was exposed under the high ball on numerous occasions.
"We're aware of the situation," added Sharp. "It might sound a bit crazy but we're encouraged that we're defending full sets.
"It's the kicks that we're conceding tries from which is something that we're working on.
"The full-back's job is to catch the ball. That's what he gets paid to do."
Despite sluggish starts at the beginning of both halves, Rovers battled back to ease their way to a comfortable victory - much to the delight of head coach Justin Morgan.
"We're getting there, slowly but surely," said Morgan. "Ball control is a bit of an issue but I'll put that down to the weather.
"Overall I thought it was a very convincing display. The slow start is a little bit of an issue but we stayed composed and our kicking game was very good."
Second row forward Ben Galea will go for hospital scans this week after going off with a knee injury.
|Tetleys Challenge Cup|
|Friday 14th March|
|19:30||Wigan St Patricks vs Leigh|
|Saturday 15th March|
|14:00||Normanton Knights vs Workington|
|15:00||Egremont Rangers vs Oldham|
|Sunday 16th March|
|14:00||Milford Marlins vs Barrow|
|14:00||Sheffield vs East Leeds|
|14:00||Hull Dockers vs Halifax|
|14:00||North Wales Crusaders vs Pilkington Recs|
|15:00||Dewsbury vs West Hull|
|15:00||Rochdale vs Gloucestershire All Golds|
|15:00||Swinton vs Gateshead|
|Tetleys Challenge Cup|
|Sunday 23rd February|
|Great Britain Police 30 - 34 The Army|
|Saturday 22nd February|
|Rochdale Mayfield 28 - 36 Wigan St Patricks|
|Kells 26 - 12 Leigh Miners|
|Walney Central 16 - 28 Egremont Rangers|
|Normanton 44 - 10 Royal Air Force|
|Wath Brow 12 - 6 Elland|
|Hull Dockers 42 - 8 Siddal|
|East Leeds 28 - 16 Leeds Met Uni|
|South London 6 - 24 Milford|
|West Hull 28 - 18 Thatto Heath Crusaders|
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