Rams coach hails revitalised Brambani

COACH Warren Jowett hailed Dominic Brambani’s form after the Dewsbury Rams scrumhalf scored another brace last weekend.
The Bradford Bulls academy product, who had a spell playing rugby union at Cleckheaton, weighed in with two tries in a 4810 win over Whitehaven.
It was his second double in three matches and takes his tally to five tries, 26 goals and two drops from Dewsbury’s last seven outings.
Thrilled Jowett said: “I’m delighted that Dominic is showing he is the player I knew he was. He’s had some adversity. Plenty of critics have given him stick.
“But he’s answered them in style with the points and performances that have been the backbone of our recent good run.”
The result leaves Dewsbury only five points behind rivals Batley ahead of the Rams’ last game of the season at home against Barrow on Sunday (KO 3pm).
Dewsbury are expected to be at full strength for the Raiders test after coming through the trip to Cumbria unscathed.
The Rams are going for a fourth straight win after victories over Whitehaven, Leigh and Batley secured their place in the Championship.
“We’re the form team down at the bottom,” Jowitt said. “Our aim now is to finish as strongly as we can and carry the momentum into next season.
“Staying up is a massive achievement. The season’s been a real test of both myself and the players. Hopefully the experience will help us improve.
“I think the win over Batley was probably our best performance but beating Halifax at home in June was the most satisfying result.
“Rob Spicer came back that day and scored twice. He also gave us a good platform to build from. You’d never have known he’d been out for so long.”

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