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Rabbitohs forward, Thomas Burgess, says that each Rabbitoh will be looking to improve on a number of individual goals this week as the side prepare to take on the North Queensland Cowboys in Townsville this Thursday night.

The men in red and green will be looking to bounce back from a 28-8 loss at the hands of the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in Round 22 – a result that Burgess said came down to a range of under-performances.

“It came down to a lot of individual under-performances,” said Burgess.

“(We were) very sloppy in defence – a lot of missed tackles. I think we had one of the highest missed-tackle counts that we’ve had this year.

“So it just comes to this week (against the Cowboys)– looking at your own game individually and just getting your own game right.”

 

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