Harvey Harding admits winning is a habit and they are not prepared to give it up just yet. Saturday’s 31-10 win at home to Chester was their third win from four and moved Hull to sixth in the National 2 North table. This weekend, Harding and the rest of the team travel to Tynedale hoping to extend their winning win to three.
“Winning is a habit and we want to keep that habit going,” Harding said.
“It was a tough opening 10 minutes against Chester.
“But then we settled into the game and once we realised we had them in the set pieces, we knew we had a good chance to win.
“We kicked to the corners, earned our penalties and attacked through our lineout and scrums.
“It’s looking positive, but there are still plenty of things to work on.
“We are proud of our record at home and we’ve not conceded too many points at home either.
“Tynedale is a long trip and the bus journey takes it out of you a bit, but we have to go there and do what we do well.”