Launceston must be more clinical, says boss Mike Lewis
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Launceston will work hard on becoming more clinical after their sixth successive defeat in National Two South, says boss Mike Lewis.
A 49-11 loss at Old Elthamians left the club bottom of the table without a single point so far this season.
"We're getting ourselves into positions, we're working hard to get there, and you can see it every time we're on the field," Lewis said.
"But when we get here it's the wrong decision," he told BBC Cornwall.
The club are scoring an average of just 10 points per game while conceding an average of more than 47 every time they take the field.
"You can see glimmers of hope throughout the game. One minute we're going through, but the next minute we've made a silly little error and lost 40 yards in territory," added Lewis.
"I feel sorry for the boys because they're working so hard and they're just not getting the rub of the green. It's little bits and pieces, its nothing massive.
"We're going to be more clinical in our training sessions to make sure we're executing bits and pieces a lot more effectively in defence and attack.
"We've got two home games coming up and we owe it to ourselves and our supporters to put in two good performances."