CAMPERDOWN will fine-tune its goalkicking as it looks to improve its accuracy from set shots and open play.
The young Magpies came-from-behind to run over Terang Mortlake on Saturday night by 19 points.
Neville Swayn's side had 14 more scoring shots than their rivals, booting seven goals and 19 behinds to the Bloods' six goals and six behinds.
"It was hard fought right from the start," he said.
I think we kicked seven points before we kicked a goal. That's something we'll look at during the week.Neville Swayn
"I think we kicked seven points before we kicked a goal. That's something we'll look at during the week.
"(Goalkicking) is probably the main thing, but there's a lot of things to work on. There's some things we can do around stoppages and it's a bit hard to gauge with the weather the way it was but we know there's stuff to work on with more game training."
Swayn said Terang Mortlake's ball movement caused his men issues early on.
"They looked really dangerous when they went into the forward line," he said.
"In the second half we had a bit more of the footy. We were really happy with the way the boys fought it out. With the conditions it was a very tough slog and became a game of territory."
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Bloods coach Ben Kenna said his side took positives out of the fixture but felt the Magpies' superior ball use was a deciding factor.
"Their ball use was clearly better than ours," he said.
"They moved the footy better. I think we got a bit too sucked into the contest as well.
"I thought we tried hard throughout the whole game. I think we played fairly well with the conditions (the way they were)."
Kenna said Darcy Hobbs - a 200-centimetre first-gamer who is expected to spend time in the ruck - was a shining light on debut.
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