Discipline, discipline, discipline.
It's a facet of play that's haunted Jacob Condello's Orange United Warriors for 18 months now, and it hurt them again on Saturday.
The men in teal dropped their second consecutive Wallerawang Landscaping Mid-West cup fixture at Wade Park as the CSU Mungoes flipped the script on their opening-round loss to United, securing a 30-22 victory.
The contest ebbed and flowed throughout, but it was the Warriors who continually disappointed themselves, especially in the goal-kicking department.
After a sensational season with the boot, fullback Jake Kelly kicked just 1/6 before his side lost by exactly eight points.
"It wasn't pretty," Kelly said.
"I had only missed one kick all season and then had a shocker on Saturday. Silly penalties and errors also costed us.
"We started the first half half well but just stayed in the change rooms after half-time."
Luckily for the men in teal, they will get two weeks off now, a break that Kelly thinks has come at the right time.
"We've got a couple of weeks to regroup and we'll be back in the winner's circle," he said.
"It has to change [the results]. For us it comes down to attitude at training/during the warm-ups, and listening to the referee."
Warriors will return in two weeks for a contest against Lithgow Bears.
Elsewhere in the Mid-West competition, Portland registered another win over the Oberon Tigers as they retain top spot on the ladder.
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