EP KINGS flyhalf George Whitehead has warned his teammates they will have to keep things tight if they want to emerge with the vital league points on offer against the Boland Cavaliers in Wellington tomorrow.
If the Kings can subdue the Cavaliers it will enable them to hang on to second place in the Currie Cup First Division log standings.
"Going to Boland and playing there is always one of the difficult fixtures of the season. You need to perform there to get a result," Whitehead said.
The Kings pivot said his team were aware that the speedy Cavaliers backs would make them pay if they made unforced errors.
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