Bodies in the mud and minds not on the job

CURRUMBIN hosted Cudgen in yesterday's Bycroft cup match on Gallion way in Currumbin Waters.

It was a muddy old game of football, rain coming down on and off for the majority of the match.

Currumbin lead 12-10 at the half time break but the Hornets poured the pressure on for the first 15 minutes of the second stanza, spending several sets attacking the Currumbin line.

After being unable to convert possession and pressure into points, Cudgen was caught short in defence several times late in the half, Currumbin earning late points scoring 20 unanswered points to end the match winners by 32-10.

Cudgen coach Troy McCarthy thought his players didn't quite have their mind on the job at hand.

"We just didn't have the right attitude unfortunately, defensively we were shown up a few times as well,"Mr McCarthy said.

The Hornets have Southport on the road this coming week, followed by another tuff match against Tugun at Cudgen Leagues club the week after.



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