Cape Town - Golden Lions captain Ross Cronje
admitted the side still needs a lot of work despite claiming a dramatic
come-from-behind 24-22 win over the Free State Cheetahs in Bloemfontein in the Currie Cup on
The Lions were down 19-0 after just half an hour before mounting a superb comeback.
Theoretically, they have had a perfect start to the 2019 Currie Cup
with three wins from three games, but their performances have been far
from perfect and the point differential of just five points from those
three matches tells the full tale.
All of the victories have been close and could have gone the other
Cronje is determined for the Lions to go back to the drawing board
and solidify their gameplan going forward.
"We are making it hard for ourselves by allowing teams to score two
or three tries in the first couple of minutes - resulting in us always
being on the backfoot," he said.
"Think that is one of our biggest work-ons. We got to go back to the
drawing board and have a good look at ourselves. Review what we doing
right and also look at one or two things we need to change."
The Golden Lions are next in action on Saturday, August 10 when they welcome the Blue Bulls to Ellis Park.
Kick-off is at 17:15.