Dragons boss hails home form
Catalans Dragons boss Trent Robinson has praised his side for maintaining their unbeaten home record this season against Huddersfield.
The formidable Dragons have made the Stade Gilbert Brutus a fortress this term, with the French club yet to lose at their Perpignan ground in 2012. Catalans maintained their 100% record thanks to their hard-fought 27-20 win over the Giants on Saturday, with Robinson's men still in fourth place in the Super League table. The Dragons are now looking forward to hosting Warrington Wolves at the Stade Gilbert Brutus this Saturday in the Challenge Cup and the Catalans boss has revealed his delight at maintaining their home form. Robinson told the Huddersfield Daily Examiner: "It was nice to have another win at home to keep our unbeaten home record clean. "I think we gained the win physically. Most of our line worked really hard and our first impact was always good and solid. That was a big part of our win and held us together."