Chris White ( S O D A Chairman @ Wharfedalewhite@aol.com
Mick Morley (News Editor ) @ Mick@91barrie.freeserve.co.uk
Graham Holden (Webmaster) @ email@example.com
Johnnie Jackson's first-half free-kick ended our unbeaten home record in League One as table-topping Charlton won 1-0 at Hillsborough.
In a scrappy opening period Bradley Wright-Phillips tested Owls goalkeeper Nicky Weaver from a tight angle before Chris Lines' shot at the other end was blocked on the line.
Addicks skipper Jackson then put the visitors ahead in the 28th minute, curling a trademark set-piece into the top right-hand corner from the edge of the area following a foul by Reda Johnson on Bradley Pritchard.
The home side responded to the setback and Lines stung the palms of visiting keeper Ben Hamer with a shot from long distance while left-back Johnson could have levelled when he was allowed a free header inside the box.
Gary Madine did have the ball in the Charlton net in first-half stoppage time but his neat turn and finish was flagged offside.
Wright-Phillips should have extended the away side's lead four minutes after the restart but, after outpacing Wednesday skipper Rob Jones, he was brilliantly denied by Weaver