Wakefield Wildcats coach Richard Agar accused his team of producing a performance that “lacked skill, effort and desire” in Sunday’s 44-6 drubbing at Kull Kingston Rovers.
The Wildcats trailed 22-0 at half-time and things didn’t get any better in the second-half for Agar’s men in a one-sided Super League clash.
Agar said: “We served up there was terribly short of what we need to do,.
“Some of the defence in the second half showed that we lacked effort.
“I thought that some of the tries in the second half made it look like we had waved the white flag.
“I don’t think we were beaten by quality rugby.
“It’s brought up a few questions as to why we would have a performance that lacked skill, effort and desire.
“We had so many blokes not wanting to work hard for each other.
“We will look at why our commitment and skills were so low.”