Raynes Park Vale 0 - 3 Windsor
Tuesday 18th October 2011 at Prince Georges Fields
  • Lineups
  • Report
Raynes Park ValeWindsor
Dean CLIPIT1Rob BULLIVANT
Damtlare AMOSU2David TILBURY
Marc SKINNER3Ryan PARSONS
Bradley BRIGHT4Kyle ANTHONY
Josh GAYLE5Chris ELLIS
Mark WATERS6Ryan ASHE
Layiwola LEMOH7Fergus MOORE
Gavin BOLGER8Joe CHANDIRAM
Simon MOORE9Yashwa ROMEO
David MOLESY10Ryan O'TOOLE
Moses LAMAY11Ben PORTER
Subs
Peter HICKFORD12Sam OTENG
Matt JORDAN14Dapo ABITOGUN
Joe CHALCROFT15George GOULD
Matthew FRANCIS16Joe HATCHER
Danny ALDERTON17Mark BANFRY


Substitutions
HTBright (off)
Hickford (on)
Raynes Park Vale
HTLamay (off)
Francis (on)
Raynes Park Vale
51'Ryan Parsons (off)
George Gould (on)
Windsor
74'Lemoh (off)
Chalcroft (on)
Raynes Park Vale
89'Yashwa Romeo (off)
Dapo Abitogun (on)
Windsor


Scorers
Moore 12'
Romeo 26'
O'Toole 35'


Bookings
59'David TilburyWindsor
62'Ryan O'TooleWindsor
79'ChalcroftRaynes Park Vale
86'FrancisRaynes Park Vale


Sendings Off

It's full steam ahead for Windsor FC as they made it 6 unbeaten with a 3-0 win away at Raynes Park Vale.

Despite a few travel issues for players getting to the ground Windsor were in fine form from the start.

In the opening minute they came close to taking the lead when Ryan O'Toole saw his effort blocked and Ryan Ashe's follow up going the same way.

Continued pressure eventually lead to the visitors taking the lead when Vale failed to clear a corner allowing Ben Porter to send the ball back into the area where Fergus Moore magaed to head past Dean Clipit.

O'Toole almost added a second when he headed over an Ashe corner closely followed by Chris Ellis being brought down by David Molsey but no penalty awarded.

Just a minute after the penalty appeal Windsor did add a second when Joe Chandiram's inch perfect ball picked out Yashwa Romeo who was quick to spot Clipit off his line and lobbed the keeper from 35 yards.

Vale weren't without chances to get mack into the match and two of the best ones fell to Molsey who squandered them both by firing high over the bar.

The result was pretty much confirmed late in the first half when Dave Tilbury picked out O'Toole who held off Mark Waters before lobbing Clipit for 3-0.

Vale finally started to show that they weren't going to go down quite as easily as the scoreline was suggesting and just before half time Rob Bullivant did very well to keep out Simon Moore's effort to preserve his clean sheet.

The second half saw Vale put up far nore resistance than they had shown in the first half and what had looked like being another high scoring match for Windsor was quickly contained to just the three first half goals.

Vale again had chances to pull a goal back when Bullivant was on hand to deny Molesy with chances for Chandiram and O'Toole failing to find net at the other end.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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