ON THE RUN: Mustangs player Olivia Attenborough-Doyle makes a run for her side during their draw against Casino.
ON THE RUN: Mustangs player Olivia Attenborough-Doyle makes a run for her side during their draw against Casino. Debbie Vickery

Cleaning up all mistakes is vital for Murwillumbah

LEAGUE-TAG: Consistency is being preached by Murwillumbah Mustangs coach as his side prepares to face Byron Bay this Sunday.

The Mustangs are coming off a 10-all draw against Casino in round-six, with coach Nick Forrester saying errors were his side's downfall.

"We started the game really well, and we have started the last couple of games really well,” he said.

"But then we have lacked discipline, giving away heaps of penalties and dropped the ball coming out of our own end.

"We gave Casino a couple of opportunities they should have never had and they took them.”

Byron Bay sit third on the LLT premiership table, having secured four wins and a draw after six rounds of the competition.

Forrester said his side will need to be at their best if they are going to contender with a team at the top of the ladder.

"We cannot be giving away silly penalties and dropping the ball - we need to be completing our sets,” he said.

"They have been a good side for the last two or three years so it will be a tough game that is for sure.

"When we play at our best we are as good as any other team so the key for us is being consistent throughout the whole game and maintaining a high level of play.”

Kick-off for the round-seven clash will be on Sunday at 10.45am at Stan Sercombe Oval, Murwillumbah.



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