Warrington Wolves’ season was perhaps summed up last night in defeat against the Castleford Tigers.
Daryl Powell’s men were leading 12-0 at half-time before a Castleford onslaught saw them go behind 19-12 before staging a late fightback.
Eventually, Warrington went down 19-18 with Powell unhappy with many aspects of his side’s performance.
Powell wants to see some huge changes made around the club on a mental scale with the physical aspect not bothering him too much at present.
That defeat to Castleford last night coincided with Wakefield Trinity’s impressive 18-6 win over Hull KR – a win which left Warrington consigned to second bottom in the Super League table.
And, with just two games remaining against the Huddersfield Giants on Monday and then the Salford Red Devils next weekend, it remains to be seen if the Wolves can actually lift themselves away from 11th.