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“THEY were just too good for us.”
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BEATEN: Chris Hanrahan and his Souths team-mates went down 5-1 to Lithgow Panthers in men’s Premier League Hockey on Saturday.

That was the assessment of Souths coach Ray Winwood-Smith after his side suffered a 5-1 loss to men’s Premier League Hockey frontrunners Lithgow Panthers on Saturday.

Taking on the Panthers in Lithgowis never an easy task, but given Souths’ form leading into the contest, Winwood-Smith was confident his men could rise to that challenge.

However, his confidence and that of his players took an early hit as Panthers scored twice in the first three minutes.

The hosts thenadded a third on the stroke of half-time to make it 3-0 and though Souths competed better in the second stanza, the damage had been done.

“They were too mobile for us and their midfield was exceptional,” Winwood-Smith said.

“Everything we talked about before the game we did, but we just didn’t react.

“They scored two goals in the first three minuets of the game and while we got into the game and competed quite well and created opportunities, they scored another right on the bell and that broke our back a little bit.

“Talking to Dave Marshall, their coach, after the game, he said that was one of their best hockey performances in the past couple of years. But that is no excuse, they were too good.”

Souths’ lone goal in came in the second half via Edu Garriga Viudes, but the two blues did have other chances.

Experienced Panthers defender Ron Charlton shut down Souths time and time again while Winwood-Smith nominated the goalkeepers from both teams as “the busiest men on the field.”

Souths’ custodian John Rudge was one of the bestfor the beaten two blues, whileGarriga Viudes was strong in attack and Dylan Smith solid at left half.

But Panthers were a class above their rivals on the day.

“They showed us that if you don’t play consistent hockey, you will get punished,” Winwood-Smith said.

“They are definitely the benchmark, the way they played today was really impressive.

“It was a physical game, a hard game, and both sides played some good hockey. We did put them under a bit of pressure, but we just couldn’t convert and theydid and that was the difference.”

While the loss means Souths are now eight points behind the Panthers on the ladder, they are still in a position to play a major semi-final.

Winwood-Smith knows his men will learn from Saturday’s match as well.

“We did play better in the second half –it was 2-1 for the half –so that was better,” the coach said.“They played well and we didn’t play as we as we could. Be we will regroup after that and we will go forward from here.”

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