Rabbitohs Forward Angus Crichton says the Rabbitohs answer to a poor run of results is simple – players need to do their jobs on the field.
Speaking to the NRL Media, Crichton feels the Rabbitohs game plan can be effective – as showcased against the Broncos in Round 8 – but individuals need to complete their roles on game day.
“I just look at myself really,” said Crichton.
“I’ve just got to run my right holes, run the right lines, complete, hold the ball, make sure we don’t have any errors, stop the other team from offloading and make my tackles. It’s as simple as that.
“Everybody just has to do their own job and that’s the way we’ll start winning games.”
The effort starts on the training paddock for the team, with Crichton describing how the motivation didn’t trail off during the rep round week.
“We trained all week and trained hard,” said Crichton.
“Week to week we’ve just got to keep trying to put our best foot forward - really carrying the ball hard forward, tackling hard and I think the results come off the back of that.
“We’ll make sure we all stick to our processes, minimize our errors, get our completion rate up and I think we’ll see a good performance on the weekend.”
Round 10 marks the NRL’s Indigenous Round and Angus Crichton is especially proud to be representing Indigenous culture for the Rabbitohs.
“It should be a great game, its Indigenous Round and we’ve got a really strong Indigenous culture at the Club. I’m really excited to get out there and represent all those people and do the Club proud.”