Kabras head coach Henry Du Plessis admitted of poor lineout execution by his team against Quins and said that they will be giving it more time in training this week.
Nothing seemed to work for the millers in the lineout area nearly costing them at times. Their poor lineout throws were the major taints in their largely impressive performance.
“It is an area we need to work on. Our scrums were are good but we need to work on the lineouts. This week it is an area we will focus because our execution was poor.” The coach said after the game.
Du Plessis added that their inability to retain the ball at the lineouts meant defending for longer periods against a good Quins outfit that seemed to cause trouble from time to time with ball in hand.
“We could not get the ball from the line out and we were forced to defend all the time. We opted to wait patiently for them because they have devastating runners like the fly-half Agero who is a good runner. The last five minutes they managed to break the line twice because of guys shooting from the defensive line.” Du Plessis added.
The win means Kabras is the only unbeaten outfit in the league heading into the tenth round where they will face Homeboyz.