Morrison confident of swift response

DEWSBURY RAMS boss Glenn Morrison is remaining positive despite his 11-man side suffering a set back away at Workington last time out.

The Rams have winnable games against Oldham and Whitehaven in the coming weeks and Morrison knows victory in those outings will make his side favourites for a top four finish in the Championship Shield.

“It’s good that we still have everything in our own hands,” said Morrison.

“We would have liked a win against Workington but its always going to be a tough ask when you find yourself down to 11 players.

“We’ve been preparing well for Halifax on Sunday (Aug 21, 3pm), but if we’re to get anything out of the game we need to keep all our players on the pitch.

“The good thing is we can take plenty of positives from the match against Workington.

“We looked comfortable before Andy (Farrell) was sent off and Matt (Groat) sin binned, but that’s what happens sometimes.”

Elsewhere Rams supporters have been given the chance to have a say on next season’s home and away kits.

The Amber Ribbon supporters group will be used as a platform for discussion and it is hoped the most popular designs can be arrived at.

Fans are asked to submit their opinions before Friday August 26 by emailing Amber Ribbon chairman Charlie Coates at coates2680@gmail.com, or via the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/theamberribbon.

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