Doncaster halfback Liam Harris believes his side were not clinical enough against fellow League One side York City Knights.
Richard Horne’s Doncaster came into the game top of the Betfred League One table having won their opening three games, but fell to a 16-14 defeat at the hands of the York City Knights.
Young halfback, Liam Harris who the Dons signed from Super League side Hull Kingston Rovers in pre season knows that Doncaster didn’t take their chances when they came.
“It was devastating to lose by a two points, I thought we had plenty of opportunities to win the game,” said Harris.
“We just weren’t clinical enough, we made a few cheap errors down in their half and we let them off the hook a little bit.”
Harris had played for the York City Knights last year having joined them on loan from his parent club Hull KR.
“I had a bit of grief of some of them but I knew that was going to come,” added Harris.
“I was at York for most of the year and I really enjoyed it and there is no hard feelings and after the game it will be good to catch up with them.”
The loss to York was Doncaster’s first defeat in the third team of rugby league this season having already defeated the Coventry Bears, Whitehaven and the Newcastle Thunder.
Harris was disappointed but knows there are plenty of opportunities to pick up points in the next few weeks.
“It’s the fourth game in and it doesn’t define out season so we will enjoy the weekend and go again,” continued Harris.
“We will review the game and we know what we did do and what we didn’t do, try and work on it during training next week.
“Today wasn’t good for our standards, we will definitely be putting those things right regardless of the opposition.”