Pre-match almost every poster argued that "holding on to the ball" was the secret to success. Well, if we did something right against Souffs it was holding the ball. The handling was exceptionally good . . and yet we were 40 points behind within 60 minutes. The problem I see is that we were far too conservative with the ball. We haven't the forwards to get into that oft-used 'arm-wrestle' against big packs like Souffs, Easts and the Dogs. No. If we are any chance to progress we need to attack at every opportunity and try to outscore our way to victory, rather than defend. For example: Why did Jamie use the same kick-off every time in the first half? Too conservative; too predictable. Why not try some trick shots? Kick over the top from a scrum win; get the ball out to the bachs on early tackles rather than having forwards being smashed. The Dogs will kill us if we try to hold them in the forwards. They are too big and strong. Let's face it. Our only chance is for our brilliant backs to be given a green light to play expansive football. We,, that's my opinion, anyway.