England raced out to a 22-6 lead at halftime but could only manage seven points in the second, with execution an issue for Bennett’s side after a remarkable five forward passes were called throughout the encounter.Gareth Widdop had a mixed evening at five-eighth before shifting to fullback late in the clash with Bennett opting to test out George Williams in the halves leading into the side’s clash with France in Perth next week. “I thought we lost our way in the second half with the football in particular,” Bennett said after the win.”These games are difficult because you’re expected to win and nobody knows by how much. For us, a part of our journey is to be consistent and it’s not good enough. “We’re not a good enough team where we can turn it off and turn it back on. “We’ve got to keep it on all the time and did until half-time and then lost our way.”England skipper Sean O’Loughlin dismissed talk the side went into the second half with a complacent mentality after racing out to a 16-point advantage at the break. “We came in pleased at halftime but like Wayne said we lost our way and we’re disappointed,” he said. “I don’t think it was complacency, the boys were trying. We just weren’t nailing the passes or making the right decisions.”Both Bennett and O’Loughlin praised the efforts of Lebanon following the game, who will face heavyweights Australia next week in Sydney after a spirited effort in defeat.”I thought they played with a lot of energy and tried really hard, they had good structure and their ball control was good,” Bennett said.”Without a lot of star players in their team it was a credit to them.”Meanwhile, Bennett was tight-lipped over Robbie Farah’s biting allegations that marred the second half, with England winger Jermaine McGillvary placed on report in the 43rd minute. “It’s hard for me to make a comment,” Bennett said.”From where I’m sitting I can’t tell if he bit him or not.”McGillvary was unavailable for comment post-game with the match review committee set to decide if the winger is charged in the coming days.
5. Grab a bite to eat and a drinkDepending on where you are, it is possible to find some really good airport food. It generally comes at a price mind you, but even if it is a burger and chips, it still kills a bit of time before you fly.6. Make some callsLike the emails, there are always people you really should have phoned and haven’t (mum and dad are always a good start or the travel insurance firm you meant to ring). This is a good time to be the dutiful child, friend or customer – watch the roaming charges if you are abroad though.7. Get yourself a multimedia gizmoBe it a laptop or a tablet PC, these things come into their own when you are travelling – games, email, films, music, the internet, eBooks – all these things are available and the time will soon pass as you explore their range of capabilities8. Do some exerciseMany airports offer gym facilities and whilst the extra kit is a pain to take through security, a pair of shorts and a top doesn’t take up much space and you can always travel in your trainers.9. Have a massage and relaxAgain, these services are increasingly offered in the more modern airports and if you’re a nervous flyer, then this is a good way to calm the nerves before take off.10. Perform some people watchingMost of us lead pretty hectic lives so make the most of this comparatively peaceful time. Put on your headphones, sit back and think about the journey you are going to make.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Related20 top airport tips: How to stay calm and save time at the airportA weekend city break, a big family holiday, or a last minute business trip: whatever the reason you find yourself stressed out at the airport, here are a few insider tips from Skyscanner’s seasoned travellers. From secrets on how to jump the check-in queue to how to get an upgrade.…11 top tips to get through the airport quicklyGet your trip off to a flying start and whizz through the airport like a pro with a little help from our well-travelled staff and top travel bloggers. Here are their top tips on getting through the airport quickly; from speeding through security to navigating your way out at arrivals.10 tech tools and futuristic features set to improve your airport experienceFrom digital bag tags to waterfalls, 10 cool things coming to an airport near you that will make your journey better. Spend a lot of time in the terminal? We introduce ten tips for a happier airport experience.As airlines increasingly ask passengers to be at the airports earlier to check-in, the time we spend in airports is increasing.Clearly the airport you are will dictate what facilities are available; a wait in Singapore’s Changi Airport is going to be rather more pleasant than hauling round Heathrow, but nevertheless, there is always something to occupy the time.1. Catch up on correspondenceMost airports have wireless access these days, so get out the laptop, get online and get writing to all those people that you have been meaning to catch up with for ages but not got round to.2. Pre-order a new gadget – pick up in Duty FreeDo your research, and there are bargains to be found in airport shops. Having picked it your latest iCamerapadphone, you will have plenty of time to (reluctantly) read the instruction manual so you have mastered it by the time you arrive at your destination.3. Go to a VIP LoungeVIP lounges are not just the preserve of those flying close to the pilots: find out if it is possible to buy a pass to these and enjoy the comforts and facilities they offer. The prices may be more reasonable than you think too, and with complementary food, magazines and other goodies, they can be worth the spend.4. Give yourself something to look forward toPerhaps you’ve been waiting for the latest offering from your favourite author or actor but been putting it off. Buy yourself a copy of their novel or film, and save it for when you have some time on your hands – and the airport is the perfect moment.