A disappointed Mogg said the team’s execution of the game plan was poor, resulting in the 12-10 loss.
“From the coach’s point of view, it wasn’t really a flash game. As far as standards go, it was a bit off the pace.
“We just weren’t good enough and the Hunters deserved the two points,” said Mogg.
Captain Samuel Anderson shared the same sentiments as his coach, adding the team didn’t match up with the Hunters, who were very physical.
“We knew we were going to be in for a very physical game. They were more committed to running straight and hard and we didn’t get our body in front a lot of the time so credit to them.
“We need to go back to playing our structure and focusing on being brave and putting our body in front. We have a fair bit to work on,” said Anderson.