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Belswans could go as high as third with a win and will be eyeing off Westy's result against New Lambton.
They have the quality to see off an inconsistent Singleton side. Belmont-Swansea Singleton Singleton were disappointed to lose 10th spot to Thornton after a technicality but they couldn't do the job last week against Cooks Hill to get back off the foot of the table.
The Strikers tried well but defensive errors once again cost them dearly as they went down So the Strikers remain bottom after the first half of the season.
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Belmont-Swansea are now six games unbeaten and coming into this with a handy three game winning streak. They sit in fifth place and will be keenly watching the two games this weekend where the top four sides meet each other. Belswans are playing good football and a match against a struggling Singleton side is one they'll feel they can get the three points in.
Belmont-Swansea have a decent record against teams below them. Singleton can ill-afford the defensive mishaps that have so far plagued their season. Singleton Strikers Belmont-Swansea 1st Grade Match of the Round: That was the night that New Lambton stunned Westy and indeed the league with a thrilling victory in their return to the second-tier.
So much has changed since then and in particular the fortunes of West Wallsend. Gary Rowe's side have been written off at times this year but four wins in five games have the Bluebells on the verge of the top four. Somewhere they haven't been very often in past years, especially in the second half of the season.
Last week's bye came at a good and bad time for Westy. Good to sit back and discuss what they need to do to keep the run going but bad because they can't keep the flow going. But after an unbelievable late win over Cessnock, some of Westy's players no doubt would have wanted a week off. They've played a lot of football so far this season and a fair few midweek games.
New Lambton were totally written off against Cooks Hill but they gave the league leaders an almighty scare. A decent showing against Magic saw some expecting a fatigued Eagles to struggle against a fired-up Toronto last week but again Andrew Packer's men proved people wrong.
It's a log jam between 4th and 8th and the Eagles could do with a timely win here. Injuries have hindered New Lambton a little bit it's given a chance for some fringe players to shine and Alex Ihlow is one of them.
He has a few goals in the past few games and is fast proving to be a vital cog in the Eagles machine. They'll be hoping to put in another solid display against a very tough West Wallsend side. Fate has changed a lot since Round 1. It'd be stunning to see Westy flogged again and quiet honestly with home advantage, the Bluebells are perhaps the favourites.
It's a key game for both sides but after a Derby Day win two weeks ago, maybe just maybe Gary Rowe's side can take another huge step towards a potential finals appearance. New Lambton West Wallsend This is a key match-up for both sides.
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Westy had last weekend off but before that they won in a tight contest against struggling Cessnock after a disappointing Derby Day loss. Sitting in 7th place, the door is open for a finals run but games like this now seem extra important as the second half of the year kicks off. They got the best of New Lambton last time they met too.
The Eagles' slide down the table has been noted but last week they returned to the winners' circle with a less than convincing win over lowly Toronto. New Lambton led at half-time but a disappointing second half saw them drop off. Too many times this season they've just failed to answer the test of opposing sides.
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But at just six points outside the four, a couple of wins can suddenly boost them right up the table. Again, similar to the Singleton game, it's all about just who is on the field for this one.
New Lambton's got some good players but they may be held off for 1st Grade. Alex Ihlow is certainly one to watch if he's in the squad. The Bluebells at home though might get the win. West Wallsend New Lambton Under 19's Match of the Round: New Lambton West Wallsend West Wallsend were absolutely stunned back in Round 1 but a rampant New Lambton side but this time round they know exactly what to expect at Johnston Park.
The Bluebells have not lost since that hammering in Round 1 and have won their last two on the bounce. New Lambton's brilliant opening round result hasn't always been matched in terms on quality but the Eagles are still doing a fine job in their debut New-FM season. Lachlan Jones is arguably the form player in the comp and together with Luke Homer has a whopping 20 of New Lambton's 30 goals.
The attacking players mentioned in both sides will be the ones to watch in this big-time clash. The U20s started their campaign with a fine win even though down to 10 men. The Bears 1st grade opened well and looked very comfortable on a super surface and began building pressure on the lakes defense. However, a defensive lapse of their own saw an unmarked Lakes player receive and slot home the game's opener.
Weston continued along the same line and were rewarded shortly after with a penalty that was slotted home by jake Millsteed.
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Comfortable in possession and patient in their build up Weston still looked comfortable but it was another defensive lapse proving Lakes their second goalscoring opportunity which they took with a fine finish to make to scores and how the teams went to the sheds. The Bears resumed the second half positive as the first. James Thompson was very impressive and it was a ghosting run by him that drew a free kick around 23 yards out.
Jamie Byrnes stepped up and delivered a special to square the scores up at Lakes looked to create their won opportunities, their best being a fierce shot from distance that went close. Weston then defied physics when a great Nick Thompson run and rocket left foot shot hit the woodwork, fell favourably but could not be forced home.
A further opportunity arose when the Lakes keeper flapped at a cross with the bears unable to convert at the back post.
The game the see-sawed with half opportunities and the heat clearly taking the sting out of the game. Weston did have further opportunities when jake Barners glancing header flashed across the Lakes goal.