Unbeaten run is a massive achievement, says Schock

By Danny Caro, November 19, 2012
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JC CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP ROUND TWO
BRADY MACCABI A 3 OAKWOOD A 4

Oakwood A maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a thrilling 4-3 victory over Brady in the all-Premier Division clash at Rowley Lane.

MATCH PHOTOGALLERY

Brad Wine, Dan Ash, Raphi Bloom and Carl Peters were the marksmen for the Oaks.

Brady's goals came through Jon Ellis, Ben Joseph and Josh Hershman.

Oaks boss Ric Blank told JC Sport: "It sounds closer than it was as we were 4-2 up and they scored consolation right at the death. It was tough game without too much rhythm."

Oakwood joint-manager Alex Schock told JC Sport: "We think it's now been a year since we have been beaten in 90 minutes - just the defeat in extra time to Hendon in the PM final last year. This is a massive achievement for our club."

Brady boss Joel Nathan told JC Sport: "We're very disappointed to lose a game we should have won, but we paid for not taking our chances. It also doesn't help when we are missing six keys players as our squad is stretched to the limit and meant we only had 11 players available today.

"We called in the evergreen Jason Sears as sub, but unfortunately we run out of steam and allowed two late goals.

"We will hopefully have a few boys back next week for the game against Brixton."

Last updated: 3:49pm, November 19 2012