Windsor 4 - 0 Chessington & Hook United
Saturday 23rd November 2013 at Stag Meadow
  • Lineups
  • Report
WindsorChessington & Hook United
Carl DENNISON1Mark DANIELS
Kyle JEFFREY2Tom TYLER
James QUINN3Adam MARIE
Dan HICKS4Matthew ELLIS
Adam KIRBY5Baz MORALLY
Aaron MINHAS6James KING
Matthew DAY7Charlie OTTOWAY
Luke DEXTER8Jimmy HARDING
George GOULD9Louis CHIN
Robert LAZARCZUK10Daniel HARDING
Kyle LUCAS11Theo WOODHOUSE
Subs
Travis RICHARDSON-HODGE12Ellis REECE
Adam COOKE14Josh WINTER
Owen RICHARDSON15Andrew ELLIS
Joe BLOUNT16
Kane JONES17


Substitutions
70'Matthew Day (off)
Owen Richardson (off)
Windsor
72'Woodhouse (off)
Winter (on)
Chessington & Hook Utd
76'Chin (off)
Reece (on)
Chessington & Hook Utd
79'Kyle Lucas (off)
Kane Jones (on)
Windsor
83'Luke Dexter (off)
Adam Cooke (on)
Windsor


Scorers
Lucas 53'
Hicks 61' (p)
Dexter 69'
Hicks 80'


Bookings
60'DanielsChessington & Hook Utd
62'WoodhouseChessington & Hook Utd
63'Luke DexterWindsor


Sendings Off

Windsor extended their unbeaten league run to 5 games with a 4-0 win over Chessington & Hook Utd.

Their was finally some good news for the hosts going into the game with Luke Dexter and Carl Dennison ready to make a return to the starting line up.

It would be Dexter that would have Windsor's only real chance of the first half when he turned Kyle Lucas' corner on to the post.

Chessington would have a more clear cut chance to take the lead when they were awarded a penalty after Kyle Jeffrey pulled down Louis Chin.

Daniel Harding stepped up hitting the spot kick low to the right but was unable to beat the diving Dennison.

The match really came to life in the second half and when Windsor managed to take the lead they never looked back

Windsor's first came from a low shot from Lucas who capitalised on Aaron Minhas' original effort being deflected.

Minhas was then involved in the second when he was brought down by Mark Daniels for a penalty which Dan Hicks cooly converted.

A third arrived soon after when Robert Lazarczuk played in George Gould and his lay off to Dexter saw the midfielder fire past Daniels.

With the match already won Windsor continued to push and added a fourth when Hicks managed to turn the ball in at the second attempt from a Lazarczuk corner.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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