Whitehaven v Doncaster preview.
Gailer looking for more of the same
Whitehaven coach Don Gailer is set to name an unchanged squad for the Co-Operative Championship 1 visit of Doncaster.
Last time out Gailer's men triumphed 31-12 at Rochdale.
He said: "Our first half was solid, but our second half was outstanding. It was one of the best 40 minutes we've played this year.
"The determination and the attitude the boys went in with is what put us on the right track, and then Jamie Rooney really stood up for us.
"The mix between Jamie's attack and Lee Doran's leadership combined to unite everyone. It was a very pleasing performance."
However, Gailer is wary of the threats Doncaster will pose this week.
He added: "They're the best team we've played against this year. Everyone singles out Paul Cooke, and he's a good player, but people get a little bit mistaken about the talent that's in the rest of their squad.
"They've a good, young forward pack, quick wingers, and Waterman is very dangerous at full back. They're a strong side, they're well-drilled and they were excellent against Workington."
Grant Edwards is battling to convince Tony Miller he is worth a place in Doncaster's squad after recovering from a knee injury.
Nathan Powley (back) will be assessed before the trip to Cumbria, while dual-registered Liam Cunningham is available for the Dons.