Jack Brown has explained his delighted to have been involved in Sunday’s win over Wakefield, and praised the club’s reserve side for his recent progress in 2019.
Brown was called into the squad for the fixture against Trinity, having only appeared for the first-team once before, making his debut earlier this season against Catalans Dragons.
Speaking after the match, Brown said: “It’s been a good few months since I made my debut so it was good to get back out there again. I got my chance against Catalans and then unfortunately suffered with a freak injury which had hindered my progress a little, but hopefully now I’ve shown I can be relied on when Lee wanted me in the team.
“Wakefield’s pack is notoriously big, they were all a lot bigger than me height-wise, but I like the challenge. I’m probably the smallest in the team so I just need to use my size to my advantage.”
And Brown explained how he has benefited from being part of the Reserves side in 2019.
“The Reserves has helped me massively this year. At this stage of my career, I want to be getting as much game time under my belt as possible to help me improve. My time at Doncaster has been really important too.
“I’m fortunate to be in a position where I can play for either the first-team, the reserves, academy or Doncaster each week and that is only going to benefit me going forward.
“Having as many players playing every week, at whatever level that may be is only good for the club. That competition is going to be a lot more competitve next year and I’m looking forward to it.”