Launceston boss Neil Bayliss says his side failed to adapt to difficult conditions in their 24-12 loss at Chinnor in National Two South.
The Cornish All Blacks have failed to win any of their last three games and slipped to 11th in the league.
"Maybe at times we were guilty of playing too much rugby and trying too many offloads when we should have tried tucking the ball up our jumper.
"We have to play conditions and the conditions were hard," Bayliss said.
The defeat by Chinnor, who moved up to fourth in the table, ended a run of three games for Launceston against high-flying sides, having only just lost to leaders Henley and then
"If ever there was a call for rugby be to be a summer sport it was today, it was absolutely freezing and a strong wind was blowing across the pitch," Bayliss told BBC Radio Cornwall.
"That really spoilt the tempo and the pace of the game because the boys couldn't kick out of their own halves and it dictated the game."