SUPERMARINE got their season off to the worst possible start as they went down 69-3 at home to North Dorset yesterday, but head coach Sean Millwaters insisted the scoreline didn’t reflect his side’s performance.
The visitors scored the majority of their points in two pockets of poor play from the South Marston side, who themselves did have a number of attacking opportunities but couldn’t quite complete the final pass.
Millwaters knows just how much there is to work on but was able to take some positives from the defeat in their Southern Counties South Opener.
“It was a real bad day at the office for us but there are still loads of positives for us to take,” he said.
“It’s not a scoreline which reflects the game as we had two bad patches where they scored a lot of points.
“They were the better team but for over 40 minutes we competed. We broke the line a number of times but the last passes just didn’t go to hand.
“We know what we need to look at moving forward and I’m confident we can do it.”