South Sydney Rabbitohs women's front rower Grace Uluiburotu says they need to brush off their semi-final defeat and focus on fixing key areas ahead of their elimination match against Cabramatta this Saturday.
The Rabbitohs came within a whisker of going straight to the final last weekend but were pipped to the post in the dying embers of the game.
While the Red and Green never showed anything less than 100%, Uluiburotu says there is plenty of work to do following the defeat.
"We knew what we were doing wrong," said Uluiburotu.
"I'm sure we can fix what needs to be fixed throughout this coming week but we've got a lot of work to do."
Although the Rabbitohs went down, their strong results during the regular season have afforded them a second opportunity at making the Grand Final, which shows the incredible the season the Rabbitohs women have had.
"100%, we've had a good season and despite our losses, its kept us honest," Uluiburotu explained.
"Now that we've got this game out of the way we just have to knuckle down and fix those areas where we went wrong today but it's nothing that training can't fix."
Heading into their must-win game against Cabramatta this week the Uluiburotu says the Rabbitohs are confident of turning their form around and fine-tuning areas that they need to improve.
"Definitely, we just need to improve our discipline on and off the ball, keep ourselves honest and continue to work for each other knowing that you've done your job right."