“Obviously, we’ve taken a lot of confidence from the win. But there are still things to fix up and improve on both in defence and attack.
“Obviously, our ball security is one thing. I thought if we controlled the ball a bit better and built more pressure, we could have done a bit more damage against Wales.
“But overall, it was a pretty good performance, “said Mead.
Kumuls assistant coach, Marcus Bai agreed that the team needs to polish up on a number of areas before the next game against Ireland on Sunday November 5 at the Oil Search National Football Stadium.