COLERAINE coach Matt Dunn saw some signs of improvement during the Maroons’ 30 point win over Cavendish on Saturday, but says that there is still plenty for the team to work on as the season progresses.
Facing a huge game against the Giants at Silvester Oval this week, Coleraine was made to earn its victory by a Bloods team which moved the ball extremely well, kicking clear with six goals in the third quarter.
“We had to work pretty hard for it,” Dunn said.
“It was good during the second half to see some passages of really good footy and we continue to build momentum as the season goes on.
“We’ve still got a fair bit of work to do, but there were some pleasing signs today.”
One aspect which has now hurt the Maroons in their past two games is that they have struggled, at times, to handle opposition counter attacks, and Cavendish was able to score 16 times from just 24 forward 50 entries … a fact not lost on Dunn.
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