Doncaster prop Mark Castle spoke to the official website after the Dons suffered defeat to Keighley Cougars.
Castle, who has only recently returned to Paul Cooke's side from injury was on the score-sheet in the second half, but his effort wasn't enough to earn Doncaster a victory.
He believes the Dons could have done more to prevent the defeat but says the team will be better against Sheffield Eagles next Sunday at the Keepmoat Stadium.
"We always seem to be on the end of a bad result when we come to Keighley, but I think we handed them the game," said Castle.
"Today we made silly errors, myself included, we managed to get back in front but we just crumbled in the second half.
"We took a bonus point, which we probably didn't deserve, but we will go again next week, we won our last four games prior to this and we want to go on a run like that again before the playoffs.
"Results like this happen, even to the best teams, we need to bounce back against Sheffield next Sunday and be better than we were today."
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