Cats win "game of two halves"
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Catford & Bromley made it three on the spin in what midfielder Gabriel John described as "a game of two halves".
JOEL ISAACS was the hat-trick hero for the Cats, with a header from Gary Hill sealing the win.
King Crown boss Jacob Kadoch felt the match was "lost in the first half. They found themselves 4-1 down, with the only positive an own goal.
Kadoch came on with 30 minutes to go galvanised his players, and it was all King Crown from then on. They missed a penalty, but scored again when Daniel Elghanian set up Ben Isaacs to make it 4-2 with 20 minutes left.
Then great work by Daniel Cohen down the wing allowed Isaacs to cross. Elghanian layed it off to Kadoch and he scored with the outside of his weaker (left) foot in the corner.
This set up a frenetic last 10 minutes but the Cats managed to hold on.
Kadoch told JC Sport: "We let ourselves down and had just a bit too much to do which was very frustrating."