James Webster praised his side’s effort, but criticised their execution as they went down to Leeds.
Rovers overturned an 8-0 half-time deficit to move level with Leeds, before eventually going down to the current treble winners.
And Webster was left frustrated with his side’s skill levels in the match.
“It was a very spirited performance, but we made it a spirited performance with a poor completion rate,” added Webster.
“I thought it was a close game and a very even game. Leeds play a very powerful game at the moment and I thought we were able to match them for long periods.
“We let two tries in from dummy half which we spoke about all week, which was disappointing.
“In saying that, you can’t knock the boys’ desire and commitment to win that game.
“We came here fully expecting to win if we put our best foot forward.
“While we did some outstanding things, we did some things below par and understand why we lost that game. We made too many errors.”