Samoa international Rey Lee-Lo insists Cardiff Blues are eager to make amends when they face Ulster Rugby in the Guinness PRO12 at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park on Sunday afternoon (kick-off 2.30pm).
Cardiff Blues were left to rue one that got away as they slipped to a narrow league defeat to Leinster Rugby at home last weekend.
Lee-Lo, 29, admits that result - coupled with the away loss to Benetton Treviso – has been frustrating for the squad as they look to push up the standings.
However, the former Hurricanes star knows the team have the immediate chance to respond on home soil when they face Ulster this Sunday in the Welsh capital.
“Last week was frustrating,” he said. “We played really well first half against the strong wind, but second half we didn’t adapt to it and that was the disappointing factor. We all know we need to improve on that.
“The good thing with rugby is there is always the next game to get up for, to make amends and we are looking forward to the challenge that Ulster will bring.
“It’s a game we have to win – it’s as simple as that. We have to get up for it because it’s a big game at home in front of our fans, who deserve something to cheer after last week.”
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