Dons set for Super League showdown

Dons Coach Tony Miller (back) holds the Carnegie Challenge Cup Trophy with players Craig Robinson (right) and Liam Crawley ahead of their match against Wakefield Wildcats. Picture: Andrew Roe
Dons Coach Tony Miller (back) holds the Carnegie Challenge Cup Trophy with players Craig Robinson (right) and Liam Crawley ahead of their match against Wakefield Wildcats. Picture: Andrew Roe

TONY Miller wants a positive reaction from his players in this weekend’s mouthwatering Challenge Cup tie with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats - after seeing his side slump to a fourth straight defeat at Oldham.

Super League giants Wakefield arrive at the Keepmoat Stadium on the back of a big win against Hull KR and will be huge favourites to progress on the Wembley cup trail.

But Miller is more concerned about his own team - and he had a few choice words in the build-up to Sunday’s fourth round tie (3pm).

Miller said: “The second half at Oldham was probably our worst performance of the season.

“We were 16-10 down at half time - still very much in the game - and we just didn’t come out of the changing room.

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