CAPE TOWN – Southern Kings interim head coach Robbi Kempson said the team needed to iron certain areas to improve.Kings went down 17-42 to Irish side, Ulster Rugby, at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday; a third defeat of the PRO14 campaign.Kempson has stressed that the team needed to do better in the campaign ahead of their European tour.Kings are currently sitting last in Conference B with just one point after three defeat.“We have to do better to improve, we need to iron a few certain areas, discipline is something we exceptionally need to working hard on. In that aspect, I thought it’s something we’ve managed to get it right,” said Kempson.“That first half Ulster schooled us. They played the exact game that we had wanted to play – which was to get a fast start. We made three to four errors and they capitalised, scoring three to four tries. Defensively, there were individual errors from players, which does not help because we have a collective system in our defence.”The Kings will now get a bye before their European tour over the next month which will see them taking on Benetton in Italy, Glasgow Warriors in Scotland, Ospreys in Wales and then Connacht in Ireland.