It's a headache.
We set ourselves a target of not bowling one [no ball] and obviously we've just managed to miss that.
Whenever you look at a game I am always reminded of a Bill Lawry quote that you should always add two wickets on and then re-assess the game. If we were to do that then I would say that it's evenly poised on a pretty good batting wicket.
I agree, it's a headache for all of us.
Each individual, I guess, had a bit of a rethink about what they wanted to do when they got out there. There was a reasonably good self-correction.
A bowling all-rounder is a wonderful thing to have. At the moment we don't really possess one and therefore we make up the balance of our side according to what players we have in terms of what we're trying to do for a particular game. If we had a bowling all-rounder I'm sure that would be a wonderful bonus.
Shane Watson is one player that played that role briefly in a Test match and certainly in our one-day games, so he's obviously a young player of the future and one that the selectors would have in mind.
An all rounder is a wonderful thing to have. At the moment we don't possess one. If we had a bowling all rounder I am sure that would be a wonderful bonus.
Basically the way we have been approaching it at the moment is a self-management approach, leaving the quick-bowling group to work out their run-ups, measure those through the course of a training session.
It's very hard at a moment like this to go back over everything. I think there are a lot of things that everybody has taken away from the tour, both good and not good.
I love each and every one of you but,like my own family, you thrill, you frustrate, you anger.
There's nothing better than an Ashes series. It's the old enemy and we are playing in the home of cricket where it all began. It's a highlight of everyone's involvement with Australian cricket.
It's obviously a headache for all of us - the bowlers, the captain to the support staff.
It's something that we need to correct - there's no doubt about that.