PAUL Crarey felt his side could have got something out of their 26-14 defeat away at the Bradford Bulls.

The Raiders head coach admitted he and his side are now fed up of being “gallant losers” after an 11th consecutive game without victory in all competitions with silly errors costing them at Odsal by his own admission.

“It was definitely a game that we could have got something out of, and we should have been more patient on the Bradford goal line,” said Crarey.

“We spoke about that at half-time because we left a couple of tries out there on the field in the first half.

“In the second half we played a little lateral and it came back onto the halves.

“On our own line, we fell for the sucker punch when there was only six points it.

“The idea is we shoot out from marker and get to the kicker, but we didn’t and Jordan Lilley was smart and got the try to finish us off.

“We had a bit of a roll on towards the end of the game and should have scored more than we did.

“But I’ve just said to the boys that we need to start turning pressure into points and John Kear’s sides are patient and today we didn’t get anything out of that.

And having to play two games in four days has taken its toll on the Raiders, with Crarey counting the cost of the difficult period.

“Brad Crellin popped his shoulder and still went out and played some minutes for us in the second half and Willie Minoga broke down.

“Jamie Dallimore had blisters all over his feet from Friday but the lads have got Tuesday night off and will be back in for Thursday for a big game against Featherstone on Sunday.”