Football: SADLIER DUMPS BAGGIES; West Brom 0 Millwall 2.
Dublin-born Sadlier doubled his goal tally for the campaign as he found the target in the 19th and 26th minutes to sink high-flying Albion.
Sadlier struck for the first time when he collected a fine pass from defender Sean Dyche with the Albion defence caught napping.
Sadlier then brilliantly turned Icelandic defender Larus Sigurdsson before lashing a fierce right-footer into the back of the net.
Mark McGhee's Millwall increased their lead seven minutes later - and Sadlier was again the marksman.
Des Lyttle made a hash of his backpass and Steve Claridge pounced to charge into the area.
The striker then crossed to midfielder David Livermore, who fired in a hard shot from the edge of the box.
GLENAVON have released goalkeeper, John Connolly from his contract only two months into the new season.
Connolly, who kept goal for Derry City last season, has moved to eircom League First Division leaders, Finn Harps to ease the club's goalkeeping crisis.
SADLIER: Super double
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Oct 12, 2001|
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