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Brown asked to go the distance

PAT Brown is earning a reputation as a super-sub, but Hamilton Olympic coach Mick Bolch needs a 90-minute effort from the flyer against Northern NSW National Premier League co-leaders Weston at Bear Park tomorrow.
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Fresh from scoring a double off the bench in a 4-1 win over Lake Macquarie, Brown comes into the XI for James Monie, who aggravated a hamstring injury against the Roosters.

It is the second time this season Brown has been called into the side for the Manly recruit.

‘‘Browny has started one game and had another two off the bench,’’ Bolch said.

‘‘He is really good as an impact player, but he has to learn to play the full 90 minutes. He can drift out of the game. Tomorrow he will add another dimension to us up front.

‘‘He has a lot of pace and gets in behind defences well, and has an eye for goal.’’

Brown will be joined by Cody Lucas, who gets his first start of the season in place of Clayton Poole (ankle), in a new-look strike force.

Neither can expect favours from a rejuvenated Weston, who are unbeaten under new coach Steve Piggott.

‘‘They are a lot more structured under Piggo,’’ Bolch said.

‘‘Connor Evans is doing really well for them in a No.10 role.

‘‘I’ve also been impressed with Jason Cowburn.

‘‘He has done really well up front in the couple of games I have watched.

‘‘They are playing with more build-up, but they are still very quick on the counter-attack.

‘‘Evans, Cowburn and Jamie Subat work really well together on that front.’’

Piggott has been happy with his team’s start but said there was plenty of scope for improvement, especially in the front third.

‘‘We are not perfect yet,’’ he said. ‘‘I have modified a few things and they are playing less direct than they have in the past.

‘‘We are creating a lot of chances, but not scoring a lot of goals.

‘‘Olympic present a tough challenge.

‘‘We played them in the pre-season and they were quite physical.

‘‘Since then, I have watched them and they have moved the ball around quite well.’’

The Bears beat Hamilton 1-0 twice last season before Olympic made amends 3-1 in the finals.

‘‘We always struggle with Weston,’’ Bolch said.

‘‘They beat us both times last year.

‘‘We got them in the semi-final at our ground, but they did have a lot of players out that day.

‘‘It will be a battle. Piggo is a good coach and will have them set up ready to go.

‘‘They seem to step up at home. A lot of the boys are from up that way.

‘‘They are a proud side and really turn up to play.’’

Meanwhile, the battle between last season’s grand finalists, Broadmeadow Magic and Lambton Jaffas, was postponed yesterday after heavy rain made the ground unplayable.

The match is most likely to be rescheduled for May 7.

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