THE Hamilton Kangaroos are in danger of further accentuating an unwanted early season trend.
The Kangaroos suffered their third loss of the 2014 Hampden Football Netball League season on Saturday against Terang Mortlake.
Of concern for the Kangaroos is that the 10 point loss was their third away from the confines of Melville Oval.
It places even greater importance on this week’s away assignment against South Warrnambool, according to Hamilton Kangaroos senior playing coach Jarrod Holt.
“We don’t want to get into a trend of being a strong team at home and struggling away,” Holt told the Spectator in his post match interview at Mortlake on Saturday.
“A lot of teams are probably going to battle with that scenario this year.
“The way it’s already panned out and just the closeness of the competition, I guess you get that bit of an edge at home and you’re probably going to get more wins.
“A win today would have done us the world of good.
“It would have done wonders for the boys.
“Give us that faith, a bit of belief that we can go away from home and have a win against a good side.
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