Western Province captain Siya Kolisi has tried to elucidate his feelings within the aftermath of the Cape aspect crashing out of the Currie Cup.
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WP had been eradicated 19-9 ell have been the ultimate ever rugby match performed at Newlands.
The Stormers and WP are as a result of make the Cape Town Stadium their new house later within the year.
“It’s a horrible feeling,” Kolisi explained in the post-match press conference.
“With the build-up that we had, solely to carry out like that, we solely have ourselves in charge.
“There was no rhythm at all, we couldn’t get going. They won all the small battles. It’s tough to pinpoint one thing. When they had opportunities, the took them. We were camped in their 22 and couldn’t score.”
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Siya Kolisi, nevertheless, made no excuses for WP’s efficiency.
‘It actually is the worst feeling ever, however the way in which it occurred makes it even worse,” Kolisi added.
‘It’s actually not the way in which we skilled and spoke in regards to the match this week. It’s horrible. We had been properly ready however we didn’t ship when it mattered.”
Kolisi returned to the WP beginning line-up for the match after lacking the workforce’s two earlier clashes as a result of Covid-19.
The Sharks will play the Bulls at Loftus Versfeld in Saturday’s closing.
The Bulls beat the Lions 26-21 of their semi-final.
Jaco Peyper will referee the match.