Catford & Bromley miss their big chance
|2 - 2|
|Jamie Sinai||Dean Shaw|
Strikes from captain marvel Adam Luria and top-scorer Jamie Sinai earned the Cats a point in a game they came away from believed they had done enough to win.
Catford captain Adam Luria told JC Sport: "It was a game we're disappointed not to have won as we dominated almost from start to finish.
Blizzard were good on the counter and after we had a number of corners and crosses in the first half the broke and scored from a corner just before half time.
The Cats were pressing after half time and it was from another of our corners that Blizzard broke and scored their second. From then on Catford turned the screw and Eli Baraty hit the post shortly before Luria got our first with a thumping header from a Yonni Bord corner.
Bord then dispossessed a Blizzard midfielder almost directly from the kick off and threaded a perfect ball through to Sinai who rounded the keeper and finished coolly.
From then on Catford carried on pushing and dealt comfortably with the few attacks that came at us. Jamie Sinai was inches from clinching it with a well taken lob but the winner was not to be.
Luria added: "It was a game we should really have won but giving away a two goal headstart was far from ideal. Once again though we showed that we are never beaten even when we're down.
"Just one loss so far and that was purely down to conceding with the last kick of the game. Bring on next week."
Blizzard's goals came through Jason Green and Dean Shaw in a game they led 2-0.
Blizzard boss Simon Linden told JC Sport: "This week we had a game on our hands, it was very competitive and Catford deserved something from the game. We just cannot throw two-goal leads away. It's happening to often.
"Catford apparently think they dominated. They played well but really in all honesty it was even - I can't remember my keeper making any saves so I think they need to get the dominating thing out of there heads."
DC Prediction: Catford & Bromley 2 Blizzard Storm 3