ANOTHER home win was clinched by Whitehaven RL last Sunday but head coach Gary Charlton feels their performance in the second half left room for improvement.

Whitehaven picked up their fourth home win in a row on Sunday against Dewsbury Rams.

Haven won 20-18 at the LEL Arena but it was a tale of two halves as the home side were in control before letting Dewsbury back into the game in the second half.

Charlton said: “We switched off, we got 18-0 up doing all the right things in the first half. I don’t know if we get bored with it or not but we switched off and it’s hard to switch back on.

“That’s what let them back in.”

Charlton said that the first half was impeccable but he was disappointed with the second half.

“We’ve got to go set for set with these teams. We just did enough to get over the line.”

Haven’s head coach added that a fourth home win is welcome nevertheless.

“That’s the one thing we got the two points.”

Haven will make adjustments before their next clash which sees them welcome London Broncos on Sunday.

Charlton said: “We know London will be a different type of game to Dewsbury.

“They were fighting for everything they’re right down at the bottom, they’re in a three way fight to stay up.

“They’re not going to be just a walk over. That attitude we took into it in the first half

“I think we did enough in the first half.”

But in the second half, he said: “We did things wrong, we’ve got to train hard to put them right.

“That’s what we’ll be doing on Wednesday. I told the boys to expect a tough session.”

Whitehaven RL face London Broncos at the LEL Arena on Sunday with a 3pm kick-off. Haven will look for revenge as the Broncos previously beat them 46-12.