Willie Poching witnessed his Wakefield Trinity side beat Warrington Wolves for the second week in a row.
Like last week’s victory, Wakefield were incredible with ball in hand, though Poching believes his side could do a lot better defensively.
“The whole objective at this stage is to get into the hat and it was pleasing to do that,” Poching said.
“It didn’t look like we were going to do that at half-time as we were way off in the first-half but we did enough in the second-half.
“We’re not quite there defensively, whilst there is effort amongst the whole group, we’re still not quite hitting the beat defensively as much as we want to – we will try and address that.
“When you play a team two weeks in a row, your review becomes your preview.
“We knew they were going to come out bigger and stronger than last week especially having Daryl Clark and Josh Charnley back.
“We knew early doors we were going to miss David Fifita so we needed to make sure some adjustments too.”