Wembley 1 - 2 Windsor
Saturday 5th October 2013 at Vale Farm
  • Lineups
  • Report
WembleyWindsor
Bart FOGLER1Carl DENNISON
Tatslya FUJIOKA2Matthew DAY
Toby WEBB (13)3James QUINN
Richard BROWN (17)4Kyle JEFFREY
Chris KORTEN5Adam KIRBY
Wayne WALTERS (19)6Carl GARSTANG
Ian BATES7George GOULD
Atitila FEKETE8Dan HICKS
Adrian DINHAM (18)9Ben HARRIS
Yassine FEHMI-GIL (12)10Robert LAZARCZUK
Alex MOKRNI-KANE (15)11Harry PEARSE
Subs
Conor CARROLL (4)12Kyle LUCAS
Ryan THOMAS14Owen RICHARDSON
Kristian Hale (6)15Kane JONES
Krysztof KUCHARCZYK (22)16Tom CARLIN
Issah ABUBAKAR (10)17Aaron MINHAS


Substitutions
63'Carl Garstang (off)
Aaron Minhas (on)
Windsor
68'Dinham (off)
Kucharcz (on)
Wembley
76'George Gould (off)
Kyle Lucas (on)
Windsor
81'Atitila (off)
Carroll (off)
Wembley
81'Ben Harris (off)
Kane Jones (on)
Windsor
83'Korten (off)
Thomas (on)
Wembley


Scorers
Fujioka 87' (p)Hicks 33' (p)
Hicks 76'


Bookings
49'Robert LazarczukWindsor
64'Kyle JeffreyWindsor
66'DinhamWembley


Sendings Off
87'Kyle JeffreyWindsor

Windsor finally ended their winless run with a 2-1 win away at Wembley.

Have lost their last 2 matches in the league, Mick Woodham's men were looking to get to their early season form.

Early chances wen the way of the home side with Tatslya Fujioka going close twice, shooting over and then forcing a fine save out of Carl Dennison.

The breakthrough for Windsor cane just after the half hour when Wayne Walters brought down Ben Harris earning a penalty that Dan Hicks managed to fire past Bart Fogler.

The second half saw a more composed start from the Windsor and hey came close to doubling their lead when George Gould's cross found Harry Pearse who curled an effort that came back off the post and was then turned wide by Robert Lazarczuk.

They did manage a second when Hicks initial header from a Pearse corner was cleared off the line only for Hicks to head in at the second attempt.

Walters could have made up for his earlier mistake by pulling a goal back but he somehow managed to turn the ball over the bar from very close range.

Wembley did manage to pull a goal back from the spot through Fujioka after Kyle Jeffrey brought down Krzysztof Kucharczyk earning the Windsor defender his second yellow of the match.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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