Dec 27 2012 By Colin Paterson
RBS WEST LEAGUE DIVISION TWO:
Waysiders/Drumpellier head coach Ian Morrison says Strathaven were far too clinical for his side on Saturday.
The Langloan outfit were hammered by their Lanarkshire neighbours at Whiteshawgate in their latest RBS West League Division Two fixture.
W/D have now lost eight of their 11 first XV matches this season and currently sit in ninth place in the table.
Life will not get any easier this weekend with fourth-placed Strathendrick the visitors to Coatbridge.
And Morrison knows his squad will have to perform much better if they are to take anything from the contest.
He said: “It was quite competitive but they were very efficient in attack and fielded a strong team.
“It’s frustrating just now and it’s going to be a difficult second half of the season.”
Morrison says his troops need to stand up and be counted and added: “Unless we train regularly, we will suffer more results like this.
“Only by working on your game in training sessions will you be able to improve as a unit and have a chance of winning games.”