Isaacs is King for the day

By Danny Caro, April 7, 2014

Boca Jewniors

2 - 5

Kings Crown

Ben Isaacs
Ben Isaacs
Jacob Kadoch
Match date:
13 April 2014 10:30am
Roger Bannister
Harrow Weald

Steve Russell

A deadly double from Ben Isaacs fired King Crown to an impressive 5-2 success over Boca.

Player-manager Jacob Kadoch, Dan Cohen and Brian Weintraub were also on target in Crown's best win of the season.

Crown came out of the traps fast and took the game to Boca. Twenty minutes in Daniel Cohen picked up the ball on the left of the halfway line makes a beautiful run ghosting past two players and plays it across to Isaacs who tapped in from three yards out.

It was 2-0 10 minutes later as great skill from Daniel Cohen in the box who played a great 1-2 with Benji Greenblatt who was brought down. Cohen stepped up to slot home from the spot.

Crown wanted to kill off Boca early in the second half and a neat one-two involving Ben Garfield and Yoel Deal allowed Isaacs to skilfully take on a couple of players before drawing a foul in the area. Isaacs earned it so he took it, he slotted home into top right.

It was 4-0 soon after as left-back Jeremy Kaminsky played in Cohen whose cross was handled, allowing Jacob Kadoch to smash home the resultant penalty into the top left-hand corner.

Crown had a player who had to leave early on 70 minutes, which was pre-planed and had no subs, so our game-plan worked perfectly. Deal was struggling with an injury so they soldiered on with nine men for 20 minutes, during which time Boca scored twice.

Then on the counter, Cohen latched on to a through ball by Garfield and played a lovely through ball to striker Weintraub who slotted in to make it 5-2.