The Individuals’s Park outfit suffered their second defeat in a row final weekend as they had been overwhelmed at residence by Jap Premier League leaders Heriot’s.
However Ninan is satisfied the back-to-back losses are solely a blip.
Stoneywood-Dyce all-rounder George Ninan is satisfied the laborious work will repay after watching his team-mates go the additional mile for the membership.
He mentioned: “We’ve misplaced the final two video games, however the temper within the camp stays actually constructive.
“Had you supplied us mid-table on the midway stage of the season we’d have bitten your hand off.
“We’ve performed two good groups in Heriot’s and RH Corstorphine and, whereas they’ve each deserved to win, we nonetheless don’t really feel we’ve reached our greatest but.
“That consistency of efficiency with each the bat and ball will not be fairly there but, however I understand how laborious the gamers are working to get there.”
Former captain Ninan, who has been with the membership since 2003, shares within the disappointment of two latest defeats, however insists the laborious work being put in by the gamers pays dividends.
He mentioned: “I’m a agency believer within the effort put in throughout coaching pays off in video games and I can see the depth and dedication there’s on the membership.
“I can see the drive and starvation there and a few losses has solely made us much more decided to seek out that enchancment we’re on the lookout for.
“There are guys coaching at 6am and a few going alongside at lunchtime, outwith the workforce classes within the evenings, and that’s a very encouraging signal.
“The perspective and dedication of the group is great.”
Stoneywood-Dyce shall be aiming to get again to profitable methods after they journey to Carlton tomorrow.
Ninan mentioned: “Any workforce away is hard. They know the situations higher and it offers them a bonus, however for us we simply should concentrate on our processes.
“If we are able to keep that self-discipline and execute on the day when it issues, I imagine we are able to win any sport we play.”