Saturday 26th October 2013
Windsor put the disappointment of their FA Vase exit behind them to see off Frimley Green 5-2 at The Recreation Ground.
A steady start from the visitors saw them take the lead through a fantastic 25 yard strike from Robert Lazarczuk which clipped the underside of the bar before crossing the line.
Just minutes later and Frimley were almost handed a way back when Kyle Jeffrey sent Matt Stamp tumbling in the box but the officials waved away any claims for a penalty.
The hosts did manage to draw level just before half time albeit in controversial circumstances.
Gavin Quityne crossed for Nick Thumwood to tap in but the ball, later confirmed by Quityne, had already gone out for what should have been a goal kick.
The half time break saw Windsor forced into a change due to a thigh injury to Carl Dennison which saw George Gould take his place between the sticks.
Despite the change of keeper Windsor went straight out to regain the lead and just a minute after the restart did so in even more style than their first.
Lazarczuk struck the ball from a few yards off the corner of the area straight past Stuart Norman.
Mid-way through the half an Windsor added a third when Lazarczuk held up Joe Blount's cross before picking our Kyle Lucas for a low finish.
A fourth followed soon after when Dan Hicks converted a penalty after Lee Page brought down Harry Pearse.
A fifth came in injury time when Lazarczuk's free kick hit the wall giving Pearse the chance to drive past Norman, even if there was a hit of off-side and a big deflection ivolved.
This also lead to Ryan Page picking a second yellow card for continued protest over the decisions.
Frimley managed to grab a late goal when Stacey Thripp went through unchallenged to slot past Gould.