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South Wales Hornets head coach John Ellis has challenged his side to build on their opening day win as Coventry Bears visit Blackwood on Sunday (2.30pm kick off).
The Hornets got off to a great start in Conference Three, beating fellow division newcomers St Albans Centurions 36-28 and Ellis is hoping that his side can continue in a similar fashion in their first ever home game.
"We had a great win last weekend, the boys dug so deep and their hard work was rewarded," he said.
"There were times where we lost our shape in the second half, but that is to be expected of a brand new team coming together. What was encouraging was that the boys were willing to scramble and fight for the cause.
"Rugby league is a game of momentum - we saw that against St Albans - so hopefully we can start as quickly as we did last weekend and get accustomed to the game early."
Victory in Hertfordshire was more impressive considering that it was the first time the Hornets had played together as a team. A number of players had not played at that level of rugby league before and there were even a few debutants to the 13-man code.
"It's only one game, but the boys realised just how physical it is, and it will do us the world of good to have had that game in the system," he continued.
"We talked a lot about character in the build-up to the St Albans game and we showed it in both defence and attack."
The Bears go into the game having also tasted success on opening day, beating Nottingham Outlaws 34-22, and Ellis knows that efforts will need to be increased against a side harbouring top-six ambitions.
"It's a great starting point but we know that Coventry will be coming down on the back of claiming the bragging rights in the Midlands; they're a good outfit and their spirits will be as high as ours.
"The game against St Albans is a decent starting point and we'll be looking to get better week by week."
Tickets for South Wales Hornets' first ever home game are available at £5 with concessions at £3 and free entry for U16's.