- I'm almost certain that Mcginn or Stevenson didn't once attempt to make an overlapping run to create a bit of space for Doig/Cadden. Obviously a tactical choice by Maloney. Given that were were just recycling the ball between left and right it was a huge issue all night.
- Small thing but Cadden/Doig taking throw ins instead of McGinn/Stevenson. Again, made it hard for the wing backs to get any sort of territory.
- Wind made it hard to switch the ball from left the right quickly.
- Campbell/Mueller had a torrid time recieving the ball with their back to goal. Only niSbet long ked capable or recieving the ball but the ball was rarely on for aforementioned reasons.
All in all this game was a direct result of the way we set out to play the game. Find it hard to blame the players when we were so conservative tactically.
Hopefully we learn and move on.
Rocky motm followed by Newell.
Mcginn and Stevenson were playing as part of the back 3, not wing backs. Cadden and Doig were the wing backs