FOR the second week running, Adamah Sidibeh was Warrington Rylands’ hero off the substitute’s bench.

Having scored the winner as a substitute against Ilkeston Town last week, the forward repeated the trick late on at the newly-renamed Hive Arena to secure a huge home win over promotion rivals Worksop Town.

Michael Clegg’s men had to come from behind after Vaughan Redford converted a penalty to hand the lead to Worksop, who arrived having leapfrogged Blues into second in the Northern Premier League Premier Division table in midweek.

However, Ben Hardcastle levelled matters on the stroke of half time before Sidibeh’s decisive blow to lift his side back up to second and leave their manager delighted.

“I’m over the moon. We got everything spot on today,” Clegg said.

“We knew where we could hurt them and we could have had a couple more goals.

“They’re a very, very good side – by far the best we’ve played alongside Radcliffe and Macclesfield – but we worked hard on that this week.

“It’s easy to talk about tactics and the lads delivered it.

“We’re disappointed in the goal we conceded but to turn the game on its head and let Mo (Touray) and Adamah (Sidibeh) run wild for the last 20 minutes was in the game plan.”

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