Kings back on song
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Wadham Road, Wathamstow E17
King Crown ended Loughton's good run with a hard fought 2-1 win in Walthamstow.
The visitors forged ahead after 20 minutes, when midfield maestro Yoel Deal beat the offside trap and squared the ball for Josh Lester to sidefoot home from 10 yards.
KC dominated the game, but could not get a second. Orient levelled via a corner 10 minutes into the second half, with Jaimie Sinclair steering the ball home after a game of pinball.
KC restored their advantage on 70 minutes as centre back Josh Karpf played a lovely ball through to Benji Greenblatt who was brought down in the box. Player-manager Jacob Kadoch stepped up and confidently slotted his shot into the bottom left.
A delighted Kadoch told JC Sport: "I'm very proud of the boys who have been unlucky in recent weeks, so it's great to get back on track with a great performance."
Loughton boss Dan Curtis told JC Sport: "We are disappointed with how things went today. We weren't at our best, but we still had enough chances to come out of this with at least a draw, so to lose is a blow.
"We have been on a good run of late and we need to forget this one and go again."