Williams : Blues lacked passsion and desire

Blues captain Ali Williams said that his team’s performance in their 13-20 Super Rugby loss to the Brumbies lacked passion.

The Blues suffered their second loss in seven days as they lost 23-3 to the Crusaders in Christchurch last Saturday.

The Aucklanders could have taken back second place in the New Zealand Conference after they lost it last week to the Crusaders but the result means that they remain behind the Crusaders

“Conditions were difficult for both sides,” said Williams after the match.

“The frustrating thing is that that was the first game we lacked a bit of passion and desire.

“That’s the disappointing part,” added Williams who announced his international rugby retirement during the week.

“You can live with mistakes because guys are trying but tonight we should give ourselves an uppercut for the first half.”

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