Tuesday 5th November 2013
Windsor made it safely through to the next round of the Cherry Red Records Premier Challenge Cup with a 6-1 win against Sandhurst Town.
A strong start to the first half could have seen Windsor a fw up before they eventually took the lead.
Harry Pearse hit the bar and then he set up Owen Richardson who forced George Legg into a fine save.
Windsor managed to take the lead on 25 minutes when Kyle Lucas threaded the ball through for Kyle Jeffrey to slot past Legg.
Minutes later and the lead was doubled when James Quinn picked out Lucas who crossed for George Gould for a simple finish.
As the half was about to end Windsor grabbed a fortunate fourth when Matthew Day's cross eluded everyone and went straight into the net.
Windsor continued to dominate after the break and came very close to extending their lead when first Jason Sheehan's effort was well saved and from the resulting corner Harry Pearse hit the post from 35 yards.
The fourth did arrive soon after when Robert Lazarczuk played in Gould who, after losing his marker, picked out Pearse who finished with a low drive.
Sandhurst managed to pull a goal back when Lewis Sinclair headed in Dale Kennedy's cross, but this would be nothing more than scant consolation.
As the match drew to a close Windsor piled on the agony with a fifth trough Kane Jones and then an extraordinary sixth.
Sandhurst failed to clear a free kick which found it's way to Eddie Lazarczuk who struck the post with the ball rebounding off onto the back of Gould's leg's and into the net.