Said Turner: “They’re good. I don’t take that away. I was pleased we didn’t give up a goal in the run of play. They created chances, but they didn’t score in the run of play. Everything was on set pieces — corner or a free kick. I think we did a good job of defending other than on set pieces. We’re just going to have to get better. You can’t make them taller, I wish we could.
“I think we only created about six opportunities and we’ve just got to do better with those.”
Marion controlled possession throughout and Logan goalkeeper Connor Kinnaman had a nice game keeping the Berries (7-11) in it.
“He played well. He made some really nice saves. He kept us in it,” Turner said. “But we’ve got to score goals when we get our opportunities.”
“It just takes one and it takes confidence. We hung in there,” Berry said.
Turner was looking for a more successful season.
“I think we lost six games by one goal. It was just all season, that one mistake and that lack of finishing one goal to put us over the top. That’s what we are this year,” he said. “We have a lot of juniors this year, so we’re going to be very senior-heavy next year.”