posted on 5 July 2014

Tim Smith believes the Wildcats are getting their rewards for hard work after making it four games without defeat.

Tim Smith played a big part in the Wildcats win.

The talismanic scrum-half played a part in all three of the Trinity tries and he is yet to taste defeat since returning on loan from Salford Red Devils.

After a 16-14 win over Leeds Rhinos, Smith put the upturn in form down to hard work and he paid tribute to the Trinity forwards.

“There’s a few sore bodies in there,” said Smith.  “Obviously we’re delighted with the win and that’s two points for us.  Now we’ve got to look forward to Widnes next week and that’s another big game for us.

“I knew what I wanted to do (for the winning try) and I did it the play before but I couldn’t get it on.  I went back there and it paid off and we’re just lucky that it did, and like they say the rest is history.  I’m just really happy with the boys, particularly our forwards.  The last four games they’ve just dug in and really worked hard for each other.

“If you ask me and Sykesy and even Rich and Macca, a lot of our play comes off them and they’re really putting it in for each other.

“From day one I just walked straight back in and the boys were really welcoming.  All the structures are the same and I’m enjoying my footy.  When you’re enjoying yourself things happen but we’re working hard as well.  When you work hard, things happen and the last four games that’s what we’ve been doing.”

You can listen to the full interview with Smith on the Wildcats Audioboo channel.

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