IT was sad to read in The National yesterday of the Hunters’ loss to the Northern Pride, which is their second defeat this season.
A lot of work needs to be done, especially with the halfbacks and dummy half.
The Hunters need to improve their attacking power to minimise the opposition’s game plan. I have not seen any attacking power-play or line-breaks by the two halfbacks and dummy in their past two games.
Its time coach Michael Marum changes the halfbacks and dummy half and there are many contenders like Nick Hasu, Justin Yoka and dummy half Woods Kawage, and Marum has to give them a chance to prove themselves.
Last weekend’s big loss at home should be reason enough for Marum to make changes, especially with the halfbacks and dummy half.
The fans are waiting to see if the Hunters can show some magic and break the egg.