Every league point is vital, and we've taken 16 from the last 24 available. We also knocked the holders out of the Northern Rail Cup.
We went away from home to a team scrapping for its life at the bottom of the table still without two of our main play-makers, then lost three more to injury ten minutes into the second half and still came away with the win.
In the first half we were fantastic but nobody (neither on here nor on Facebook) seems to want to waste their breath talking about that. We played some of the best football we've played all season and in Jonathan Schofield we appear to have one of the best attacking kickers we've had in a number of years.
Pryce's hands for his first try and hands + turn of pace for his second were two more 'x-factor' moments from the big man, but again doesn't warrant a mention.
Even my old man at half-time was predicting we'd put 50 or 60 on them, and I think if we'd have scored first they'd have crumbled, but they rallied and capitalised on our mistakes as I expected them to.
Tommy Gallagher getting drawn into a scuffle with the marker instead of playing the ball and giving away a penalty in our own half, knocking on when feeding the scrum, Ryan Hepworth trying to protect his face rather than effecting a charge down and conceding a repeat set, the ball bouncing straight into one of their lads' hands for an easy try after it ricocheted off Scott Hale from a nothing kick, Gregg Scott having the ball stolen after he dived on a loose ball, Brad Watkinson being penalised for a high tackle that looked for all the world a ball-and-all challenge, the freak bounce Danny Jones got for a 40/20 - some if of it our fault, some of it most definitely not, but it put them on top and they deserved their bonus point.
Our line speed in the last 20 minutes was really poor but I'm sure Glenn will address that. A lot has to go badly wrong for us and right for everybody else for us to go down and we will probably make the play-offs. We're also in the top ten, which will be crucial when the league splits into the two divisions of 12 in 2015.
Bucketloads of negativity as usual and people are entitled to their opinion, even, it seems, several of those on Facebook who didn't even go to the match.
But I'm entitled to my opinion too and I think to say we have "no chance" at Whitehaven and to suggest the team "aren't bothered" is extremely unfair.
Also to say "Glenn's lost the plot" when we've taken 16 points from the last 24 is baffling.
A number of people (on here and on Facebook) predicted a defeat yesterday. We come away with a win, and it's still not enough!! How can that be?
We don't have a divine right to hammer every team below us in the table, and to win every home game, and we shouldn't expect teams towards the bottom to roll over. Nobody has been cut adrift in this division for the first time in a long while and there are no easy victories.
Tom, I have told you before, there's no point mentioning things like winning away at Keighley as it spoils the opportunity to moan. A win just about non-one expected including me. In the interview on Radio Leeds, GM mentioned a number of players were forced to stay on when injured, maybe that had something to do with it.