The Stormers are still not satisfied with their game despite two good Super Rugby wins and are still searching for the formula to be more ruthless and clinical in their finishing. In the past two weeks they have beaten the Blues (37-20) and the Reds (25-19) at Newlands and scored seven tries. They are the fifth-highest try-scorers out of the 15 teams in the tournament. But they have left several on the pitch‚ a source of nagging frustration for coach Robbie Fleck‚ especially after last week’s game against the Reds. "We were dominant and created opportunities‚ but I am not happy with the final execution‚" Fleck said. "If we get that right then the points will pile up and the scores will be bigger. "If we can have a week when we have continuity in our play and selections‚ we can go far in this competition. The players were a bit frustrated at the end because they know they were the dominant team. "We dictated the game for the majority of it but our execution let us down in the second ...

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