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NPL wrap: Broadmeadow overcome loss of Virgili to cruise past Adamstown

Virgili targets rapid return for Magic TweetFacebookPhotos: Max Mason-HubersNORTHERN NSW NPL leading goalscorer James Virgili hopes to miss only one game despite dislocating his shoulder early in Broadmeadow’s4-0 win over Rosebud on Sunday at Adamstown Oval.
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The former Jets flyer, who has six goals this season,was tackled from behind by Luke Rutledge in the ninth minute of the round six game and landed awkwardly on his right elbow.

Virgili was taken to John Hunter Hospital, where his shoulder was quickly put back into place and scans taken. He dislocatedthe same shoulder in round 15, 2016, buthad to be put under anestheticto get it corrected.

He missed three games that year before returning for the finals but he was confident on Sunday of coming back quicker this time.

“It’s not as bad aslast time,” Virgili said.“We’ve got Valentine next week but then we’ve got the bye, so I should be back after that.”

Magic also lost youngster Jeremy Wilson to a knee injury late in the first half but the visitors overcame the setbacks to overwhelm last-placed Adamstown.

Cody Carroll scored with a powerful free kick in the 15thminute and Kale Bradbery scored from the spot in the 60th after John Majurovski was fouled following Dino Fajkovic’s strike into the crossbar.

Adamstown threatened when Connor Heydon had a one-on-one chance blocked and a deflected shot hit the crossbar, but Magic closed out the win with Bradbery scoring in the 81stand Majurovski in the 85th.

Rosebud lost Gocha Abshilava to a straight red card in the 87thfor an off-the-ball shove into Takebe Soma’s back.

The win followed a 1-0 victory over leaders Charlestown and lifted Broadmeadow to 10 points and third spot ahead of Maitland on goal difference.

Adamstown coach Shane Cansdell-Sherriff said his side were paying the price for regularlygiving away penalties.

”You go from havinga good performance and doing well, to giving away silly goals. letting them back in the game and making it look worse than it really is,”Cansdell-Sherriff said.

“I don’t think 4-0 was a reflection of the game, but we’re doingthe stupid things to give them goals.”

Elsewhere on Sunday, Charlestown surviveda late scare from Weston to win 2-1 at Lisle Carr Oval and stay top of the table, while Lambton Jaffas drew 0-0 with Valentine at CB Complex.

Scott Smith scored off a Rene Ferguson cross in the 16thminute and Cal Lewis capitalised on a failed clearance in the 28th to put the Blues ahead. Charlestown were down a man when Masaya Sakamoto was shown a red card for kicking an opponent after a free kick was blown in the 85th minute.Two minutes late, Jackson Burston scored with a header to give Weston hope.

On Saturday night, Daniel McBreen came off the bench to score twice and give second-placed Edgewortha 3-2 win over Hamilton at Darling Street Oval. Earlier at Maitland, the Magpies beat the Jets Youth 1-0 with a late goal fromAlex Read.

At Darling Street, Leo Bertos and Dom Bizzarri scored in the first half before Simon Mooney put Hamilton up 2-1 just after the break. McBreen, back after two games out with injury and illness, scored off a Jamie Byrnes cutback in the 66thminute before another left-foot strike in the 90th.

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