Tuesday 6th August 2013
Windsor continued their good start to the new season and moved into top spot following a 3-0 win away at Raynes Park Vale.
Having seen off Molesey at the weekend, 2 wins, 6 goals and 2 clean sheets have seen Mick Woodham's Windsor move to the top of the league for the first time in their history.
Windsor started strongly and rarely looked in trouble taking the lead after just 13 minutes.
Jason Sheehan's flick sent Robert Lazarczuk through and he slid the ball low across Leon Hook.
Vale should have drawn level when Callum Forbes headed Ardit Shehu's cross wide before Lazarczuk was denied by the outstretched arm of Hook.
The lead was doubled on the stroke of half time when Harry Pearse's cross seemed to be going out at the far post until Kyle Lucas stooped in to head past Hook.
Vale came close again just before the break when Paul Roberts hit the post as Windsor held on for a 2 goal half time lead.
A forced delay just after the start of the second half saw referee Andy Mawby replaced as Windsor looked to finish the game off.
They finally did that with 12 minutes to go when a fantastic passing move saw Sheehan link up with Lazarczuk for last seasons top scorer to once again finish low past Hook.