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Brown looking for more improvement against London

Nathan Brown has called for more steady improvement ahead of another crucial Super League clash against the London Broncos.
Brown looking for more improvement against London
by NRL

Nathan Brown has called for more steady improvement ahead of another crucial Super League clash against the London Broncos.

The Giants will travel to the Twickenham Stoop on Sunday and will be hoping to continue their impressive start to the season and avenge their first defeat at the hands of the Warrington Wolves last weekend:

"We have got to build and keep improving that is the key for this week. We have won two from three and we have played two teams who are predicted to be in the top two of the competition, I think we will have got a lot of confidence out of the game despite the defeat and if you put the game into context it could have gone either way."

With the Claret and Gold Head Coach Nathan Brown continuing to give the young Giants their chance, any lack of experience has been overlooked by the tenacity and hunger for improvement. With Fairbank, Walker and Eden getting their first-team opportunities early, Brown feels it can only benefit the Giants in the long run.

"From week to week we have seen some good improvements and although some of the guys haven't played a lot of Super League they just try to keep improving each week, all the players try to get better each week and that is the key for us. We aren't only trying to improve individually we are also trying to improve on what we are trying to achieve as a group."

Despite failing to secure any Super League points in their first three outings, Brown believes the newly named Broncos are the strongest side he's seen from the Capital since his arrival at the Giants.

"I think it is by far the most talented London side I have seen since I've been here, there are a lot of new players at the club so they are probably still learning a lot about each other. I think if they can avoid injury they'll be a side that keeps on improving as the year goes on."

One player Brown signalled out as a potential disruption to the Giants is Craig Gower. The half-back returned to the sport after his three year spell representing Rugby Union side Aviron Bayonnais.

"Craig Gower has only had a couple of league games in five years, but is very competitive and as much as I know about him, his team mates may not and it will take time, they will have a lot to learn about each other and what suits them, however, what they do have are some very talented players down there."

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