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SIDELINED: Lambton Jaffas captain Jobe Wheelhouse (centre) suffered a recurrence of a leg injury in the first half of the 3-2 loss to Valentine on Saturday. Picture: Jonathan Carroll
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SUBSTITUERiley Russell scored with almost his first touch to snatch Valentine a thrilling 3-2 win over Lambton Jaffas in the Northern NSW National Premier League clash at Edden Oval on Saturday.

Russell was introduced for Josh Murray in the 85thminute with Phoenix searching for a winner. Two minutes later he delivered, beating Jaffas goalkeeper Brad Swancott to a ReeceNewton pass and slotting home.

“I think we deserved thethree points,” Valentine coach Darren Sills said. “Again we got off to a slow start but the boys did well to come back and go to the break at 1-all.I gave them a little bit of a rev up.Second half we were much better. We took the lead at 2-1 and it could easily have been 3-1 or 4-1.They scored againto equalise before Riley Russell sealed the win for us.”

Sills had been disappointed with the defensive job on Jobe Wheelhouse, before the Jaffas skipper was forced from the field just before half-time with a recurrence of a leg injury.

“The instructions were to keep close tabs on Jobe,” Sills said. “Man mark him and take him out of the game as much as possible. We didn’t do that. When he went off it disrupted their flow.”

The win moved Valentine to 14 points and above the Jaffas into sixth place.

“We have lost twice to Adamstown and gave away a silly point to Maitland,” Sills said. “Those seven points will probably keepus out of the semis. While everwe are a mathematical chance we will keep battling away.”

Sills, who was surprised by the excellent condition of the playing surface,has special praise for Reece Pettit and Darren Cooper.

”Reece got our man of the the match,” Sills said. “I been wanting to get him higher up the park. He played in the middle today and had a blinder. We swapped roles with him and Darren Cooper, who went back into the centre of defence. It was the first time he had played there and he has a great game.”

The other game on Saturday between Maitland and Jets youth was postponed due to the state of the pitch.

In games on Sunday, Adamstown are at home to Charlestown, stragglers Weston host Hamilton Olympic and Edgeworth tackle Broadmeadow at Jack McLaughlan.

 

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