Saturday 20th September 2014
Windsor fought back to earn a point in a 2-2 draw away at Guildford City.
With Dan Molloy and Chris Ellis both away and Adam Kirby serving the final game of his suspension, starts where handed to Matthew Holliday and Barry Dunbar.
A good start from Windsor saw early pressure applied but no real final finish.
That was until Omar Riaz picked out Kyle Lucas who's shot hit Kane Jones and the ball looped over Antony Hall and into the net.
Windsor continued to apply the pressure but it was Guildford that hit the killer blow when Windsor only managed to clear a corner a far as Liam Harwood on the edge of the area where he was able to control te ball before sending it straight into the top corner.
Guildford where then gifted a half time lead when Lewis Leonetti brought down Anthony Baker earning the hosts a penalty which Sam Spence fired past Carl Dennison.
A great double save by Dennison from Baker and Ryan Wallis a one end was soon turned into a equaliser at the other.
From the resulting corner Kyle Lucas was able to break away before being brought down by Elvis DeFreitas. The resulting free kick was sent in by Robert Lazarczuk and Barry Dunbar was on hand to head in.
Minutes later and Guildford were awarded another penalty when James Quinn upended Khari Oriogun but this time Spence sent the ball high over the bar.
As the match drew to a close tempers became frayed. Omar Riaz appeared to take an elbow to the face sparking a coming together of players. Cautions were given to Tommy Tydeman and Kyle Jeffrey but the actions by some, especially a player having to be held back from attacking others, should have earned a heftier punishment.