The Newcastle Jets were not happy about a game against the Sydney Swens that saw them slip to a 2-0 defeat.
The Tigers have now won two of their last three meetings against the Bombers, while the Jets have won four of their past five.
But despite winning the last two, the Jets lost on Saturday night in a match where they were struggling to contain the speedy Swans.
In a match which saw the Jets take a five-point lead into halftime, the Swans kicked the final four goals of the match, with Josh Caddy, Sam Reid and Sam Thaiday each picking up two.
Tigers coach Brad Arthur said his side could have handled the match better.
“They did some good things in the first half, but I think they were able to control the game,” Arthur said.
“We got caught in our own zone and we lost a bit of our intensity at the start of the second half.”
That’s something we can learn from.
“The Swans have lost five of their seven games since the end of last season.
The Swids have won five of the last six.