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Campbell to the rescue as Jersey Bulls reach a dozen

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GARY FREEMAN praised his players for grinding out their 12th consecutive win and for putting in the hard graft when they had to.

Luke Campbell prodded home the winner for Jersey Bulls against Walton & Hersham Picture: JON GUEGAN

After passing up numerous opportunities to go in front Luke Campbell poked home in the final quarter against Walton & Hersham to keep his side’s 100% record intact in Combined Counties League Division I.

Freeman denied his side were complacent after a below-par first period, but praised them for finally making their pressure pay in the second.

He said: ‘I think we made hard work of it in the first half, we were not at our usual standard. To be fair the lads knew that and had a word with themselves at half time.

‘There were breaks in the game, it was a bit scrappy and we couldn’t get a rhythm, but you have to grind them out and 1-0 will do.

‘Teams are finding out what we are about. They were organised and did cause us problems at times.’

Full report in Monday's JEP.

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