SOUTH Warrnambool coach Mandy van Rooy says her side needs to be more accountable for fixing its passing woes as it strives for a finals berth.
The Roosters mentor said her side's passing let it down in the 49-35 defeat, which saw it drop to sixth on the ladder now a game adrift of Terang Mortlake.
"We have been doing it consistently all year and I think we are just not having that confidence in each other," she said.
"It's not good enough at this level. To a certain extent the players have to take it on themselves (to fix the passing problem).
"At senior level we shouldn't be making those mistakes so we can't be working on our passing at training too much as we need to focus on other things.
"They have to take it on themselves and work a bit harder."
Koroit coach Stacey O'Sullivan was pleased her side re-adjusted after losing to Camperdown before the bye.
"The girls needed a hit out after their last loss and played well," she said.
"At times they did play well but there is still things we are perfecting but I was happy overall.
"(With) our passing we need to be a bit more patient and our defensive game is coming along nicely like the whole side is but we just need a bit more patience."
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