Dear James, We understand. You left for less, or more money because you wanted to win a premiership. We understand that. You left our club, your junior club which hasn't seen premiership success since 2005 to join one of our oldest rivals, who has won just a single premiership since then, despite having a team full of representative players. We completely understand. We understand that today you made three individual errors. A little less than half as many as our entire team. We understand you were under pressure and with all of the great players in your colours today, it would have been intimidating. We understand that today, a player that was brought to the Tigers largely for depth scored the winning try on the bell. We understand that had you and your mates not left, we would not be in the position we have been in, able to completely restructure our entire team and build depth, which we were never able to do while you were with us. We understand second year syndrome. We understand that when you are not feeling well you wont man up and play. We understand and we thank you for leaving, because if you chose to stay and if we weren't able to clean out our team, we would never have put on a defensive effort like we did today.