Tyson Lewis is aiming to ‘finish the season strong’ as the Knights face Coventry next week when the final block of Championship fixtures gets underway.
The Doncaster players are currently on a week off before they return to training on Monday with Tyson ready to end the 2019/20 campaign in a positive fashion.
“It is a good thing for the boys to get away from rugby, rest and recuperate. When everyone comes back we’ll be switched on and with nine games left we have to finish the season strong for the club and to take momentum into next season.”
The 34-year-old gave his assessment on the defeat to Bedford Blues with the visitors enjoying plenty of territory, but failing to take advantage of it.
“We let ourselves down at times, we had a great opportunity to go there and set a marker down for ourselves going into the last nine games.
We have to go back to the drawing board and make sure we turn up against Coventry next week and show what we are about.
We had the advantage and we were camped in the Bedford half for plenty of the first half, but were unable to get over the line. Then when we are exceeding that much pressure, then you are vulnerable and Bedford were clinical.
Credit to them, they deserved to win, but in the game we made plenty of breaks, but failed to execute.”
Tyson and the rest of the Knights are back in action and looking to make it a fourth consecutive win at Castle Park.
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