Brian Noble: 'Scoreline flattered St Helens'

Noble: 'Scoreline flattered St Helens'
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Salford City Reds coach Brian Noble believes that the 52-10 scoreline flattered St Helens in their match yesterday evening.

Brian Noble has said that the 52-10 scoreline flattered St Helens in their win over Salford City Reds last night.

The home side were in the game at half time, but seven second-half tries wrapped up a comfortable victory for the Saints.

The Salford coach told Sky Sports News: "There looks to be a pulse this week, and quite a strong one, because of the way we played in the first half and the way we tried to play.

"I do think the scoreline flattered St Helens a little bit and I don't think, in the main, our fans will be too dismayed this time because the players have had a dig.

"I am less disappointed than I was last time. If I can knock a few nails into heads tomorrow, and show pictures as to why it happened, we can improve next week and get ready for a really big game down in London."

Salford are at the bottom of the Super League table.

St Helen's Jordan Turner scores the opening try of the match against Salford City Reds on June 21, 2013
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