Intensity slips:Luke Lewis

EVERY loss hurts, but our loss against Parramatta was especially disappointing.
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To be in the lead by so much and then let the game slip away is unforgivable.

We just switched off and let the intensity go and the Eels got the best of us in the end.

It’s unfortunate to lose like that in front of such a great crowd on such a special occasion.

We were the first club to “go pink” for Women in League and it’s something we still love doing.

My beautiful wife took over ground announcing duties alongside Andrew Voss and I think you will all agree she did an amazing job, I’m extremely proud of her.

I’m back in Origin camp and the excitement is building for our Game 3 of the series.

It’s brilliant to have Michael Jennings and Tim Grant back by my side.

The feeling in camp is awesome, there is a real brotherhood here and I firmly believe we can beat Queensland and win the series.

I hope you all get 100 per cent behind the Blues and help cheer us on.

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