"I'm disappointed that we lost" she said. "I thought we rushed a couple of things and stopped playing as a team a little bit. We tried to hit home runs which was a common phrase in locker room after the game.
"We need to relax a bit, let the plays come to us rather than trying to force it. We wanted to win so much that we tried too hard at times. I don't think it was anxiety, we just wanted to win the game."
Page's team-mate Kim Butler agreed with her: "It was a big disappointment, but we have to move on. We have practice on Sunday then we get on a plane to Germany."
GB coach Tom Maher took some positives from the game, but acknowledged that his side need to play better for the whole game.
"We definitely showed we were competitive, but we had one really bad part where we basically fell apart. We just didn't play in that spell, and that was the killer. We got a lot of foul shots, but we didn't make enough from the floor.
"Our defensive transition wasn't good enough at times. if you miss the shot you have to run back and play defence, not worry about the shot. At times we were just taking too many hasty shots."
"I think Azania [Stewart] was close to our best player, we got pushed around inside a bit and she came in and competed on the boards."
While GB men stay in Birmingham to face Hungary on Tuesday, Maher and his team now travel to Germany on Tuesday before hosting Ukraine at Surrey Sports Park on Friday August 20.