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Rabbitohs playmaker, Luke Keary, fronted the Rugby League media this morning at the Club’s recovery session following last night’s clash with the Sharks.

The Rabbitohs playmaker was disappointed in his team’s performance, claiming that they didn’t play to their capabilities.

“We wanted to win it and we didn’t play the way we’re capable of – the result speaks for itself,” lamented Keary.

“I don’t think it’s one of those ones you write-off, but we’ll definitely sit down and have a look at it today and tomorrow and figure out where it all went wrong.

“We made ten errors, they made four. They kicked a lot better than we did and in the end it was probably that they were more hungry than us. I think those stats themselves, they say a lot about the game.

“It takes a while to adjust to those conditions. You don’t want to be kicking the ball dead and I think we shot ourselves in the foot too many times – I think we kicked the ball dead four or five times there.

“You just give them leg-ups out of their own end and in the end that was our undoing I think.”

Keary and his teammates are now looking forward to heading up to Cairns this week for their ANZAC Round clash against the Canberra Raiders at Barlow Park. Click here to purchase tickets.


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