Windsor 3 - 0 Badshot Lea
Tuesday 5th August 2014 at Stag Meadow
  • Lineups
  • Report
WindsorBadshot Lea
Carl DENNISON1Matt WATSON
Kyle JEFFREY2Jack HOWARD
Jamie DI GIUSEPPE3Ben EASEY
Chris ELLIS4Mark PILGRIM
Adam KIRBY5Michael SIEMARK
Tom MUDGE6Ben HUTCHINGS
Matthew DAY7Darren BLAKE
Eddie LAZARCZUK8Gavin NUIR
Kane JONES9Brad SMITH
Robert LAZARCZUK10Elliott AMADIEU
Kyle LUCAS11Josh PEARSON
Subs
Jack BANKS12John PALMER
Gary ANDREWS14Neil HARDY
Elliott WOODHAM15David MCCALLUM
Dan MOLLOY16Grant TUBRIDY
Lewis LEONETTI17Oli SHORT


Substitutions
34'Easey (off)
Tubridy (on)
Badshot Lea
HTAmadieu (off)
McCallum (on)
Badshot Lea
58'Tom Mudge (off)
Jack Banks (on)
Windsor
69'Kane Jones (off)
Dan Molloy (on)
Windsor
75'Pearson (off)
Palmer (on)
Badshot Lea
81'Matthew Day (off)
Hakim Woodham (on)
Windsor


Scorers
Day 44'
Di Guiseppe 49'
Molloy 79'


Bookings
57'TubridyBadshot Lea
67'NuirBadshot Lea
78'PilgrimBadshot Lea


Sendings Off

Windsor FC picked up their first points of the season with a 3-0 home win against Badshot Lea.

Windsor manager Mick Woodham was forced into two changes following the defeat against Spelthorne Sports with Jason Sheehan unavailable and Aaron Minhas suffering a fracture just above his ankle.

The home side started well and almost took an early lead when Jamie Di Giuseppe's ball to Eddie Lazarczuk allowed the Windsor middle man to pick out Kane Jones only for the strikers effort to be blocked.

Robert Lazarczuk then picked out Kyle Lucas but the low cross sent in by the wide man was easily dealt with by Matt Watson.

Lucas was then given the perfect chance to open the scoring when Jones broke free and squared the ball to Lucas only for him to send the ball high over the crossbar.

Lucas was again denied by Watson before Windsor finally took the lead on the stroke of half time.

Eddie Lazarczuk slid the ball through to Lucas who's lay off to Jones resulted in the ball breaking for Matthew Day who finished from close range.

Shortly after the break and Windsor doubled their lead when Jamie Di Guiseppe's free kick gave Watson no chance for his first competitive club goal.

Lucas then went on to hit the crossbar with the rebound just eluding Kyle Jeffrey shortly followed by Lucas crossing for Chris Ellis who sent his header over the bar.

Windsor put the result beyond doubt with just ten minutes left when Dan Molloy got his head to Robert Lazarczuk's corner to beat Watson.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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