Saturday 8th November 2014
Windsor FC fell to their heaviest defeat of the season going down 6-3 away at Farnham Town.
With no Aaron Minhas due to a possible chest infection, Jason Sheehan was recalled to the starting line-up
Windsor couldn't have made a better start to the match. Despite Farnham taking the kick off, Windsor soon won the ball back with Kyle Lucas breaking down the right and picking out Jamie Di Giuseppe who finished low past Danny Leed within 30 seconds.
Windsor huffed and puffed to try and build on their lead but could not find a way through, and that would come back to haunt them.
A seemingly nothing ball across the face of the Windsor goal by John Lancashire was left by the visiting defence allowing Robert Palmer to tap home.
Moments later Matt Glass got free to slot home Farnham's second as the home side started to get themselves on top.
Right on the stroke of half time Lucas' corner was headed back across goal by Jason Sheehan to set up Adam Kirby who's header was cleared off the line.
The second half was no better for Windsor as Farnham increased their lead when Glass added his second with a header from Elliot Cardona's cross.
A minute later and Josh Dixon added a fourth before a trio of controversial moments.
Firstly, Windsor's Kyle Jeffrey was shown a straight red for knocking down Dixon with his chest after Dixon had fouled him.
Doug Douglas was then fourtunate to only receive a booking for a blatent kick out at Robert Lazarczuk right in from of the referee.
The referee complete a hat-trick of mistakes when he only showed Sheehan a yellow card for dragging down Douglas in fornt of goal as he was about to shoot. Glass stepped up to convert the penalty and complete his hat-trick.
Lucas managed to pull a goal back when he was pulled down in the box and slotted in the resulting penalty.
The four goal cushion was restored when Glass added his fourth of the match and there was still time for Lewis Leonetti to grab a consolation effort after Leed tipped Robert Lazarczuk's free kick onto the post.