TOO many North Hobart goals at the end of quarters, along with poor kicking skills were the main source of Max Brown’s frustrations on Saturday.
The Magpies coach said he couldn’t fault the effort and perseverance of his young team, which only had two players aged between 21-28, but they just didn’t know how to put a side away.
“We got beat today by our continued inability to instinctively man-up and hit targets when we are in the clear.” Brown said.
“North Hobart got three goals late in the first quarter, and more were on the cards in the third quarter but they didn’t convert.
“We’re not good enough to win unless everything goes our way.”
Brown said regardless of who was in charge next year, he hoped the playing group can stick together.
“For their sake I hope they do, the club just has to work out who’s steering the ship,” he said
“They never splintered as a group and while there was frustration during the year, it was superceded by the admiration I’ve got for such a young and committed group.”
Demons coach Lance Spaulding praised the Magpies for their attacking style and said his team was carrying plenty of injured players that he wanted to play in the club’s final match under the North Hobart banner.
“It was a significant day and we wanted to put the right type of blokes on the field today to represent the jumper,” he said.
“Someone like Caden Wilson was on one leg today, but our objective was to get him up for this game.”
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