Dewsbury Rams experienced and speedy winger Rob Worrincy has had time to reflect on the defeat against the Widnes Vikings but also the season as a whole.

The former Halifax man has now become the Rams top try scorer this season finishing up on 14 tries, 11 in the league and 3 in the cup competitions.

On the result against Widnes, Worrincy said: “The result was a disappointing way to end the season, there was plenty of effort but the end result probably sums up the season. Good in phases and patches but not maintained for long enough.”

Looking back on the season as a whole Worrincy believes the Rams have completed their objective in what has been a strange and frustrating campaign.

As I touched on, the effort of the group cannot be questioned, the club lost some big players last year and recruitment was tough given the length of time the coach had to recruit.

“However I feel that the majority of games this season the boys have given a great account of themselves and we have had a couple of great results.”

As said Worrincy has become the top try scorer for this season, and whilst he enjoys scoring tries he insists it’s all about winning matches and trying to push the club up the division.

He commented: “In a season of not too many highlights it’s great to get that achievement. As a winger you’re judge on your ability to score tries and I’ve done the best I could. I can’t take all the credit as there are 12 other blokes on the field trying to provide me those chances.

“The tries that come to my memory are the intercept against fax probably, as it was the one that brought us back to getting a vital point. However I will say this, once they are scored and you have reviewed them you put them to bed.”

Finally Worrincy gave us an insight into what he now thinks about the game going forward and the fact that he wants to pass his knowledge of it on to younger players such as Andy Gabriel.

He said: “One of the biggest things for me now in my career is what I can give back to the game. I try my best to get people engaged whether it is talking to a supporter or sponsor or trying to pass on my knowledge or experiences to younger players.

“In Andy (Gabriel) the club have a great player with plenty of potential to push on. I try to help others with my experience, motivation and support in and around training, games and socially if required.”