Saturday 15th November 2014
Windsor FC left it late to come from behind to take all three points with a 2-1 win at home against Colliers Wood Utd.
Windsor were still without Aaron Minhas and also lost the services of Omar Riaz before and Jordan Dowdican after Tuesday's Berks & Bucks tie.
This gave a rare start to 17 year old Travis Richardson-Hodge who impressed after coming on against Reading Town to score the opening goal.
But it was the visitors who had the better of the early chances with Mario Embalo benefiting from a poor pass only to see his shot cleared off the line by James Quinn.
Embalo again went close but unlike his previous effort was unable to get the ball past Justin Courtnage who pulled off a very fine save.
Windsor looked to have taken the lead when Dan Molloy's cross was turned in by Eddie Lazarczuk only for the assistant referee to raise his flag.
Idris Taiwo then tested Courtnage just before half time but the Windsor stopper was equal to the task as he pushed the ball round the post.
Shortly after half time Windsor should have taken the lead when Robert Lazarczuk's free kick was sent back across goal where Dan Molloy micued the ball wide of the post.
That miss would come back to haunt the hosts as it wasn't long before Colliers Wood took the lead when Embalo's low effort snuck under the body of Courtnage and into the net.
A series of changes from both sides didn't look to be affecting the outcome until the final few minutes.
Jason Sheehan's corner was cleared properly and when he got the chance to put the ball back into the area Lewis Leonetti was on hand to head the ball over Lee Pearce and in.
Moments later and Windsor were gifted their winner when William Boye pushed Molloy in the box resulting in a penalty that Kyle Lucas slotted past Pearce.
The was one more chance for Windsor when the returning George Gould was given space to shoot only for the ball to clip the outside of the post.