Heagerty explains Blues’ rustiness
MACCLESFIELD Blues coach Giles Heagerty believed his side’s slightly lacklustre performance in the 22-19 win against Luctonians was a result of several postponements.
The Blues coach has been frustrated by the lack of game time and it appears to have affected what happens on the pitch – but he is keen to move on and keep building.
“We need to be playing week in week out and if the weather is kind to us then we will be all right. We will leave here, do a review, come in midweek, work hard then go to Sandal and see what they have got for us.”
The Blues got back to winnings ways at home to Luctonians but didn’t control the game as much as they would like. However, following last week’s postponement at Otley, Heagerty was pleased.
“We certainly didn’t execute some of the stuff as well as we perhaps should have done and that is something we will have to look at in the review. But a ‘gutsy’ call at the end and one hell of a kick,” he said. “I do think the way the season has gone on over the last few weeks is frustrating for everyone involved but we still scored three very good tries. Ryan Parkinson’s try, he definitely showed
Continued on 73