Binfield 1 - 2 Windsor
Monday 17th February 2014 at Hill Farm
  • Lineups
  • Report
BinfieldWindsor
Matt WATSON1Carl DENNISON
Ben STURGESS2Matthew DAY
James TYRELL3James QUINN
James RUSBY4Kyle JEFFREY
Callum WHITTY5Adam KIRBY
Tom HOPPER6Aaron MINHAS
Dan RAPLEY7Kane JONES
Joel HAVERMANS8Jason SHEEHAN
Carl WITHERS9George GOULD
Jemel JOHNSON10Robert LAZARCZUK
Seb BOWERMAN11Kyle LUCAS
Subs
Josh HOWELL12Luke DEXTER
James SUAREZ14Harry PEARSE
Dan SNOOK15Jagdeep MAKH
Ivan MOLINA16Owen RICHARDSON
Ali DICKIE17Adam COOKE


Substitutions
66'Kane Jones (off)
Owen Richardson (on)
Windsor
68'Withers (off)
Suarez (on)
Binfield
78'Rapley (off)
Snook (on)
Binfield
81'Kyle Lucas (off)
Harry Pearse (on)
Windsor
84'Robert Lazarczuk (off)
Luke Dexter (on)
Windsor
88'Johnson (off)
Howell (on)
Binfield


Scorers
Withers 14'R Lazarczuk 60'
R Lazarczuk 75' (p)


Bookings
34'RusbyBinfield
43'HopperBinfield
62'George GouldWindsor
84'Kyle JeffreyWindsor
90'SturgessBinfield


Sendings Off
90'RusbyBinfield
90'HopperBinfield

Windsor FC have made it through to their first ever final beating Binfield 2-1 in the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy.

Despite a good start by Windsor, which saw numerous chances go begging, Binfield took a surprising lead.

Seb Bowerman's cross found the unmarked Carl Withers who headed past Darl Dennison.

Half chances at both ends only threatened to alter the scoreline before half time as both sides looked to take control of the game.

The second half again saw Windsor start strongly and as the hour mark approached Windsor found the equaliser. Rob Lazarczuk's 25 yard free kick elluded both the wall and Matt Watson

Moments later and Windsor were 'handed' the chance to wrap up the tie when Lazarczuk's long throw was handled in the area earning the visitors a penalty.

Lazarczuk stepped up a duly slotted the spot kick past Watson.

A bizarre end to the second half saw the dismissal of both James Rusby and Tom Hopper following protests to referee after Jason Sheehan kick the ball away.

Again, both sides had a opportunity to alter the score but Windsor hung on to book a place in their first ever final.

Windsor will now face either Abingdon United or Reading Town.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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