Rams to rotate

Dewsbury Rams coach Lee Greenwood (pictured) admits he may rotate his squad for Wednesday’s rearranged Coral Challenge Cup clash at Whitehaven.
The Championship rivals meet, with the winners travelling to Newcastle Thunder four days later.
Greenwood said: “There will be some rotation of the squad, although with a squad of 22 I won’t be changing 15 lads or anything.
“There will probably be four or five changes – there are a couple of lads who deserve a game and will get a chance.
“The Cup isn’t a priority for us, although it would be nice to go and win there and then at Newcastle on the BBC on Sunday.
“Our total focus has been on the Oldham game and we were waiting until after that to worry about Whitehaven.”
One player definitely out of the Haven trip is Sam Moorhouse, who was knocked out when playing for partner club Coventry and still has to go through the concussion protocol.
“He would have been making his debut, but he’s still been getting headaches and feeling unwell,” Greenwood explained.
“There are a couple of lads as well that need to book the day off work and we’ll go without them.”
Off the field the club has decided to close the South Stand for the Mothers’ Day game with Toulouse, limiting entry to the main stand and also the Beaumont Terrace with unrestricted movement between the two.
The Rams plan to do the same for home games with London Broncos and Sheffield Eagles in a bid to increase the atmosphere at those fixtures, but will review the policy beforehand.
Chairman Mark Sawyer said: “It is important that we try different initiatives to develop the game day experience and manage unnecessary costs.
“The planned attendance for these games can be easily accommodated in other areas of the ground without the need to open and steward the covered terrace.
“Corporate hospitality opportunities also available pre-match with the opportunity to mix post-match with players and listen to the post-match thoughts of the coaching team and players.
“We are trying to build an offer that appeals to everyone and to generate an atmosphere that helps lift the players when they need it.”