Good or bad? I reckon both. The bad. We had a coaching change 2 weeks before the competition start. We commence with the burden of the playing group knowing people have to go. We get inuries to all of our best players for multiple overlapping weeks. At no stage did we really know who our best players were & in which position. 3 games in & Johnson was actually being touted as our fullback. We got through the worst injury period ever to hit the club, to then run in to the goal kicking crisis. We lose 5 games where we scored more trys than the opposition. 3 of those would have put us top 4. We went out with a whimper & disrespected Gals legacy. We really missed a golden opportunity this year. When your down, you get kicked. The good In a time where we needed to find some cheap options, our injuries forced us to blood some great rookies. The contest was beyond them this year, but the experience was invaluable. & their salary cap value will help get us through 2021. It's easy to look at 2019 now as a rebuilding year. One in which we played finals. Morris will never make the same mistake in a semi again. Never sit back & think you can burn them in the last 20, by going through the motions in the first 20. Finals you hit first , hit hard & hit often. let the game sort out the fitness. We have learnt a lot about hamstring recuperation & ACL, of which the latter, we are exceptional. The future Who knows. How we react to the no home ground thing, is very concerning. No sackings required. No taps. Just learn, get fitter, get better.