PAUL Crarey was delighted with the way Barrow Raiders' attacking game came together in the 52-26 defeat at home to Betfred Championship leaders Toronto Wolfpack on Good Friday.

The Raiders led 12-0 after 12 minutes through converted tries from Josh Johnson and Deon Cross, and had a second-half flourish to score through Jarrad Stack, Stargroth Amean and Tee Ritson.

Head coach Crarey was unhappy with some of the penalties which Toronto punished Barrow from, but overall took great encouragement from the overall display.

"I think we did what a lot of teams can't do and put numbers on them," said Crarey. "We wanted to take their middle on and told them to turn the ball back inside.

"I thought a play just before half time killed us where we kicked on play one, with a 10-point difference in the game, and they scored off that set when we should have just seen the half out.

"At 10 points down we'd have been all right and then in the second half they scored an early try, which they're going to do with the quality they've got out there.

"They're hard to contain, but to get 26 points of our own was outstanding."

Danny Morrow is a doubt for Monday's trip to Bradford Bulls after suffering an injury, but Shane Toal, Willie Minoga and Tom Walker will all be available again.

And Crarey wants his team to recognise the things they did well and put those into practise again for the trip to Odsal.

"We're going to take a lot of positives out of it," said Crarey. "We'll go to Bradford and compete, like we always do, and I think as a team we're getting a bit of confidence over these next few games."