Drouin and Warragul reflect on Round 15 losses
Baw Baw Sport
By William PJ Kulich // 03:47, Saturday 4 August 2018
GIPPSLAND LEAGUE FOOTY • Drouin Hawks and Warragul Gulls Seniors are both reflecting on their Round 15 losses.
First published in the 2 August 2018 edition of the Baw Baw Citizen – get your copy free from retailers across Baw Baw today!
Speaking to his team after a rough game against Leongatha, Warragul Seniors coach Steven Kidd said the 5.10-40 to 14.15-99 home loss was “a bit of a reality check.”
“We’ve just got to continue working at ourselves, really. What I do really like to see in the group individually is when you go out there and it feels like someone’s on top of you, believe in yourself.”
Drouin Seniors coach Jordan Kingi said the team was confident before its close 12.14-86 to 14.15-99 loss to Traralgon, but the team is making some great progress.
“A few things we practised during the week we didn’t execute well game day,” Jordan told the Baw Baw Citizen.
“We’re very competitive. We’re just finding it hard to beat some teams is all.”
Image: last weekend’s Warragul v Leongatha game.
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