Warrington coach Steve Price branded his group’s performance”unacceptable” when they were beaten 26-4 from Leeds.
The Wolves will face Castleford at a knockout week and fell to fourth spot in Super League after the defeat on Friday night.
“That is not a functionality I am pleased with,” Price explained. “It was unacceptable that which we siphoned up tonight.
“We had all to play . Charge to Leeds, I thought they showed a lot of aim.
“But we’d 15 mistakes. We have not done that for quite a long moment. We had our highest missed speech count for quite a long time.
“I did not see it coming. There’s an excellent football team there and that is why I’m disappointed.
“To throw off two chances for two bites in the semi-final, that’s what I am filthy about.”
Price is hopeful of having half-back Declan Patton and forwards Joe Philbin back available after they overlooked the Leeds game.
Following Thursday warrington will take on the Tigers.
Price said he would focus on his side in the.
“It is all about getting our house in order this week,” he explained.
“We need to tidy up a few items and do what we do nicely. We can resolve a lot of things.
“We will find the gloves on again. The championship rounds of it, is not it? Now is the place where you find your real believers out.
“We will need to get back to our style of footy.”
Leeds coach Richard Agar praised his players to committing veteran Jamie Jones-Buchanan a.
Jones-Buchanan, who is hanging his boots up after 20 years with the club, pinpointed a conversion at the win and captained the Rhinos.
“It was excellent,” Agar said.
“Emotion was about to play a big part begging for Jonesy. We knew the crowd would thrive on our players flourished on it also.
“Our defence was fairly good. We had to make some strong efforts.
“However, I thought throughout the competition, defensively we held up quite well.
“This was a gratifying triumph and gratifying we won pretty comfortable in the long run.

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