WAKEFIELD Trinity Wildcats boss Richard Agar bemoaned a lack of quality in his team’s execution after the 38-12 Stobart Super League XVII defeat at St Helens on Friday evening.
Chris Flannery’s hat-trick led Saints to success while Wildcats replied with a try in each half through Dean Collis and Peter Fox.
Agar said: “They scored tries either side of half-time and we lacked quality on our last plays and there was come confusion at dummy-half.
“We started okay and competed well in the first 25 to 30 minutes. Then they got a roll on and picked up the tempo.
“We then struggled to win the collisions and contact in the middle.
“I thought the game could really have got away from us at one stage but we kept plugging away and that was pleasing.”
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