VALLEY and Football Club set up an intriguing clash for the Premiership title next week after defeating Aberdeen and Police respectively yesterday. Valley ran in eight tries to defeat Aberdeen 48-11, while their neighbours scored a 27-9 victory over Police. Both Valley and Club are unbeaten as they go into next Saturday's season-ending finale. Going on yesterday's performances, Club will have to come up with something special to stop Valley completing a clean sweep of the 1995-96 season. Once again, it will be the Valley backs who will have to be kept under wraps. The star-studded Valley backline accounted for seven of the tries yesterday with skipper Isi Tu'ivai collecting a hat-trick, as did winger Mark Solomon. Leading 19-11 at half-time, Valley cut loose in the second half with five tries, but still failed to impress coach Ian Brownlee. 'We went from mediocre to slightly better. It was obvious that the side had not played together for a long time,' was Brownlee's summation of the match. He promised, however, that his side would be much sharper for the game against Club. 'We will have two training sessions before the game, and I think it will be a much different team,' added Brownlee. Valley will certainly field a far different team next Saturday. They were missing powerhouse number eight Stuart Krohn, prop-cum-lock forward Neil Alton and front-rower Hans Lombardo yesterday. But their absence was hardly felt as Aberdeen, playing their final game this season, were completely outclassed by the far superior play of Valley. The much-awaited showdown between the Aberdeen number eight Duane Davis and Krohn failed to materialise with Krohn away on a skiing holiday. Krohn is expected to be back in time for today's trials at which national coach George Simpkin will name his final 10-strong squad for the Hong Kong Sevens. For Aberdeen fly-half Ben Kefford there will be a lot of anxiety after he was injured yesterday. 'I was trying to cover tackle Ashley Billington when I fell. I think I have either hurt my hamstring tendon or cruciate ligaments. There is a dull ache and my knee is swollen,' Kefford said last night. DeA defeated Valley Jockeys 7-5 yesterday to win the San Miguel Third Division title.