|Justin COURTNAGE||1||Craig BRADSHAW|
|Chris ELLIS||2||Matthew HUMPHRY|
|James QUINN||3||Sam SLATER|
|Lewis LEONETTI||4||Nick SOWDEN|
|Adam KIRBY||5||Doug FORD|
|Aaron MINHAS||6||Daniel JEWELL|
|Jamie DI GIUSEPPE||7||Daniel BAND|
|Jason SHEEHAN||8||Carl GARSTANG|
|George GOULD||9||Matthew BUNYAN|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||10||Perry COLES|
|Kyle LUCAS||11||Freddy KELSEY|
|Jeff BROWN||12||Brad SMITH|
|Travis RICHARDSON-HODGE||14||Emmanuel QUARSHIE|
|Dan MOLLOY||15||Jol WILSON|
|Barry DUNBAR||17||Dave HILL|
|HT||Band (off) |
|67'||Robert Lazarczuk (off)|
Jeff Brown (on)
|87'||Jamie Di Giuseppe (off)|
Dan Molloy (on)
|90+8'||Chris Ellis (off)|
Travis Richardson-Hodge (on)
|Lucas 43'||Quarshie 89'|
The heartbreak of 2 late strikes from Emmanuel Quarshie left Windsor on the end of a 2-1 defeat against Camberley Town.
Having just won 2 in a row after 2 defeats Windsor were looking to once again gain momentum as they push themselves up the table.
The opening exchanges were tight and just 15 minutes in and tempers began to get a little frayed.
A heavy challenge from George Gould went unpunished leaving Daniel Jewell less than impressed. A coming together of players then ensued as Jewell threw a punch at Gould which was missed by the referee.
Windsor started to take the advantage and an inch perfect ball from Robert Lazarczuk to Gould left only Craig Bradshaw to beat but the keepers outstretched leg was enough to turn the ball wide.
The hosts took the lead just before half time when Kyle Lucas cut in from the right to beat Carl Garstang and curl the ball perfectly round Bradshaw and in off the post.
Both sides huffed and puffed throughout the second half with no real end product until the final minutes.The ball was not properly cleared from the Windsor area allowing Quarshie to finish from close range.
Having already seen the possibility of all three points snatched away from them and looking to like they would have to settle for a draw, Windsor were then hit with the killer blow.
Another scramble in the box again fell kindly for Quarshie who was again gifted a close range finish to secure the points for the visitors.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams