For over 10,000 to attend the match after it had been rearranged at short notice speaks volumes for our supporters.Once again a big thank you.We are aware there were some issues regarding kiosk service in the West Stand and we would like to apologise if this caused any inconvenience.Our catering operation was geared up for a Friday game but with so many of our staff working at other venues over the weekend it meant we couldn’t operate the same level of service because of the postponement.We once again thank you for your understanding.Saints and Proud.
The centre pointed to “sloppy tries” and a “lack of execution” as two reasons behind their 28-20 reverse.“Friday is all about the team and if we get the win we are still in a good position and set well going into the Good Friday derby,” he said. “The main focus is getting the win and getting back to it.“We worked hard the other night but I think we let ourselves down with execution and not putting our plays on. We also conceded some sloppy tries over the line too.“That is what we are looking to try and improve on this week.”Percy currently sits top of the Betfred Super League try scoring charts with seven, whilst teammate Ben Barba is just one behind.It’s a combination that has proved deadly so far this season – and one Saints will no doubt lean to as they travel to East Hull.“They’re a tough team to face, especially at their own ground,” he said. “But to be fair it would be hard wherever we played them. I have played there a few times and enjoy it because the crowd is good.“I’m looking toward to it.”Tickets for Friday’s game are on sale from the Ticket Office at the Totally Wicked Stadium, by calling 01744 455 052 or by logging on here.