Steinhoff Villager coach Chaka Willemse was happy with his sides performance in their first game but is aware that they need to lift their game when they play Stenihoff Mopanie.
Willemse told varsitycup.co.za: "Our first game against Northernz went well but we had a lot of opportunities we didn't use but I was satisfied with our performance."
He feels that his side has the ability to improve and will have work on a couple of key areas if they want to get to where he knows they can.
"There is always areas to improve, like at the break-down and getting a little bit more quick ball when we on the front-foot but the break-down is the most important thing at this stage."
Willemse said: "We have had excellent preparation for our game against Mopanie and we have a few players back from injury which helps our squad."
This return of players is always a bonus for sides and Willemse will be hoping that these returning players will be able to provide that important input.
"At this stage we must do the things we do well, well and at the end of the day we don't have any information on any of the other teams, so we concentrate on the stuff that we want to do well," Willemse mentioned.
He is trying to keep the teams focus on what they do and not on the results of the opposition, this coupled with his sides adaptability means that they are in the right place heading into their match against Mopanie.
"The adaptability of the team is great and you can throw anything at the and they are able to adapt."
It is a massive game in the context of the group when these two sides meet with the winner staking a strong claim at a semi-final berth.