Bedfonts Sports 1 - 4 Windsor
Tuesday 26th November 2013 at Bedfont Sports Recreation Ground
  • Lineups
  • Report
Bedfonts Sports - Windsor
Alex WINES1Carl DENNISON
Ryan LAKE2Kyle JEFFREY
Ben EWEING3James QUINN
Taylor GREEN4Dan HICKS
David UNWIN5Adam KIRBY
Nick HARDY6Luke DEXTER
Adam FEARN7Matthew DAY
Justin THOMPSON8Harry PEARSE
Micky PARMA9George GOULD
Scott HARRIS10Robert LAZARCZUK
Tom MOONEY11Kyle LUCAS
Subs
Chevy HART12Owen RICHARDSON
Ryan WALLIS14Adam COOKE
Tom SNOWDEN15Charlie HILL
Grant COOPER16Nabil SABRI
Jeremy BOAKYE17Kane JONES


Substitutions
65'Matthew Day (off)
Charlie Hill (on)
Windsor
74'Harry Pearse (off)
Owen Richardson (on)
Windsor
77'Kyle Lucas (off)
Kane Jones (on)
Windsor
78'Mooney (off)
Hart (on)
Bedfont Sports
85'Harris (off)
Cooper (on)
Bedfont Sports
90'Thompson (off)
Boakye (on)
Bedfont Sports


Scorers
Harris 23'Lucas 41'
Dexter 47'
Gould 56'
R Lazarczuk 78'


Bookings
89'Kane JonesWindsor


Sendings Off
35'LakeBedfont Sports

Windsor further extended their unbeaten run with a 4-1 win over basement side Bedfont Sports.

A poor start by Windsor saw Bedfont enjoy the share of the early exchanges through which they managed to take the lead.

Slough Town loanee Scott Harris managed to find a way through the visiting defence finishing with a low drive under Carl Dennison.

Windsor eventually started to get going and should have drawn level had it not been for for a combination of Adam Kirby hitting the bar and then Alex Wines denying Dan Hicks.

Bedfont were then reduced to 10 men when Ryan Lake, another loanee from Slough, lunged in on Kyle Lucas.

The man advantage soon showed when Befont failed to deal with a long kick from Dennison which was flicked on by George Gould setting up Lucas to Lob Wines just before half time.Within minutes of the 2nd half starting Windsor got themselves ahead when Lucas crossed for Luke Dexter to head in.

Windor's dominance on the game really started to show and when Gould headed in another Lucas cross just before the hour the match was all but over.The result was well and truly confirmed on 78 minutes when Wines managed to palm the ball into the net from a Robert Lazarczuk free kick.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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