Wakefield Trinity Head Coach Chris Chester said there wasn’t a lot between the two teams as his side were beaten 25-12 by Wigan Warriors.
After going in at half-time 9-0 down, and having had two tries disallowed, Wakefield started the second half slowly and allowed the Warriors to extend their lead to 25 points. Wakefield then pulled two tries back late on.
Chester believes that period is what cost his side.
He said: “I thought it was an even contest in the first half. I will have to have a look at the Innes Senior disallowed try, but there wasn’t a lot between the two teams.
“I was really disappointed with the start of the second half. I don’t think it was anything Wigan did spectacularly well, it was our errors after half-time from senior players.
“We touched the ball once in the first nine sets, and they scored three tries off the back of one error.”