Scarborough flanker Louis Karl hailed his colleagues particularly the backs following his side’s seven-try demolition of Castleford,
Speaking after the impressive 50-11 Yorkshire One home success, the Kiwi ace said: “At last we are living up to our potential although it has come late in the season. The threequarters defence has been outstanding and going forward our lines and angles of running has improved with all seven tries being scored by the backs.
“Players like Paul White, Deina Morete and Harry Domett are benefiting from the dry ground. I’m now looking forward to ending the season in style.”
Scrum-half Morete, who bagged a couple of tries in the game, added: “It was great to play on a firm surface and be part of a 15-man show, and it was nice to get on the scoresheet again.”
Skipper Nick Ingham, who was named as the sponsor’s (The Rotary Club of Scarborough) man-of-the-match declared: “I was elated by our performance and particularly by the manner with which it was achieved.
“We’re also a fitter squad than we were at the start of the season and that told at the death in this match.”