THE Windsor Wolves’ Ron Massey Cup team’s ball handling cost them a win at the weekend according to coach Brent Kite. The Wolves lost to Concord-Burwood 32-22 and were their own worst enemy at times Kite said. Kite said throughout the game the Wolves had poor ball handling, with a 60 per cent completion rate, but a dropped ball with the game tied up at 22-22 led to two tries, which sealed the Wolves’ fate. “We just have to do some of the real fundamental stuff a bit better and I'm sure we can do that,” he said. Kite said there was certainly no reason for panic and felt his team was more than capable of removing the errors from its game. “We’ve had a couple of weeks with slow starts and we turned that around,” he said. “We're pretty quick learners and the team is coachable and we can fix those things up. “We've been together long enough now to turn it around pretty quickly.” The Wolves now have to wait until April 9 to play again, thanks to Easter and a split round where games in the Ron Massey Cup are played over two weeks. Kite said the team would do a lot of conditioning work in the break to ensure match fitness was not lost. “It is not ideal to have a two week break this early but we'll do a bit fair bit of game related scrimmaging,” he said. “Being so early in the season we'll pump a bit of extra conditioning in as well because we don't want to lose anything on the field.” The Sydney Shield team lost 40-18 to Belrose.