LUCTONIANS head coach Ryan Watkins felt a lack of concentration cost his side at Huddersfield in their National League 2 North game on Saturday.

The Kingsland outfit went down 32-15, with most of Huddersfield's points scored during a 15 minute spell before half time.

"The boys were really disappointed and it was the quietest trip back on the bus I can remember in my four years at the club," said Watkins.

"It was our first really long trip of the year, so maybe the boys were a bit tired or felt comfortable with the way the game was going.

"But there was a 20 minute spell that cost us.

"It was 0-0 at the time but they then scored 22 points.

"We came back quite well in the second half, but the damage had already been done.

"But credit to Huddersfield, they were were a good side who were well organised and were set up well."

The first quarter of the match was a stalemate, with both sides having a solid defence.

But after Huddersfield broke the deadlock in the 25th minute, there was no stopping them.

Full back Lewis Workman scored the first try, which Harry Davey converted, before Harry Davey went over.

A 15 point lead was established with a Davey penalty and a third try duly arrived as half time approached.

A penalty had given Huddersfield a line out five metres out which was taken well and driven over by the Huddersfield pack; number eight Richard Piper being the man to ground the ball with Davey adding the extras.

Luctonians did manage to get on the scoresheet thanks to a Louis Silver penalty after Will Miner was yellow carded.

The away side exploited their one-man advantage thanks to two tries after the break.

First, fly-half Tom Jones skated through to set up Will Hodnett to score before winger Frank Kelly rounded off a nice move.

Silver's conversion reduced the deficit to seven points.

But Milner's return to the field helped Huddersfield re-take control of the match.

Their fourth try came on 55 minutes when a low kick was seized by Workman, with Davey converting before the latter added a drop goal.

This Saturday, Lucs host Leicester Lions and will be wearing pink shirts to support Breast Cancer Haven.

"We will be looking to make amends and will really go for it," added Watkins.