PAUL Morris admitted his Cinderford side suffered from a ‘negative’ preparation in the build-up to a 19-17 defeat at Canterbury on Saturday.
The Foresters succumbed to the National League One basement side having won four games on the bounce.
And Cinderford’s Director of Rugby Morris (pictured) said it was a missed opportunity to make it five victories in a row and ten across the season.
“It was very disappointing. It was a game I think we would win nine times out of 10.
Unfortunately, this was that 10th time,” said the Cinderford boss.
“We had a number of missed chances and they did well with the limited resources they have.
“I don’t want to take any credit away from them because they were good and I think on balance they deserved the win.
“We were running on a fairly tired squad because of the injuries we’ve had.
“I think the last four weeks have exhausted the team and that’s something we have to look at. How we address that I don’t know."
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