Pies are just looking to improve

Devonport sit in fourth spot as the State League takes a week off for representative duties.

But Mitch Thorp has measured the Magpies’ development through more than just wins this year.

‘’I think our best has been very good, but we have let ourselves down in patches in games,’’ Thorp said.

‘’To put things into perspective we are a reasonablynew group, with nine new players from last year, so it has taken some time to get the balance of the team right.

‘’Where we sit now, fourth on the ladder, is where we deserve to be.

‘’Our aim is to get better as the year goes on and really try to strive to push for a top three finish, which we think is realistic.

‘’I have beenreasonably pleased, but we know we still have work to do.’’

Becoming more in sync as a group is his focus.

Compared to ladder-leaders Glenorchy, a group that have been together for about four years, he knows he still has a way to go.

‘’You need to be able to put the time inbefore you can get the runs on the board.

‘’We’re doing that at the moment, and seeing some very good improvement from the young kids.’’

But in saying that, the talent is undoubtedlythere, as the Magpies have been able to compete with the ‘’big three’’, but unable to walk away with the four points.

Thorp said a big scalp would come in very handy confidence-wise.

‘”We are in fourth spot without hitting full flight just yet, but you saw our best against Launceston last week.

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