Badshot Lea 1 - 2 Windsor
Saturday 18th April 2015 at Shawfield Staduim
  • Lineups
  • Report
Badshot LeaWindsor
Ashley WEST1Justin COURTNAGE
James OSLER2Chris ELLIS
Michael SIEMAK3Jamie DI GIUSEPPE
Ben HUTCHINGS4Kyle JEFFREY
Adam NEW5Adam KIRBY
Callum NIMMO6Aaron MINHAS
Jordan PEARCE7Kane JONES
Darren BLAKE8Jason SHEEHAN
Danny TURNER9Barry DUNBAR
Zack HORLER10Robert LAZARCZUK
Gavin MILLER11James QUINN
Subs
Grant TUNBIDY12Travis RICHARDSON-HODGE
Gavin BRAINCH14Jake JENKINS
Joseph THOMAS15Matthew LAZARCZUK
James PILGRIM16Geroge GOULD
Matt STAMP17Omar RIAZ


Substitutions
36'Robert Lazarczuk (off)
Travis Richardson-Hodge
Windsor
HTJames Quinn (off)
Jake Jenkins (on)
Windsor
72'Horler (off)
Brainch (on)
Badshot Lea
72'Miller (off)
Stamp (on)
Badshot Lea
81'Kane Jones (off)
George Gould (on)
Windsor
85'Blake (off)
Pilgrim (on)
Badshot Lea


Scorers
Turner 54'Richardson-Hodge 38'
Kirby 61'


Bookings
45'Jason SheehanWindsor
51'Justin CourtnageWindsor
53'HorlerBadshot Lea
60'NewBadshot Lea
70'NimmoBadshot Lea
77'BlakeBadshot Lea
81'Kane JonesWindsor


Sendings Off
61'WestBadshot Lea
61'Barry DunbarWindsor

Windsor managed to collect all 3 points in a feisty 2-1 win away at Badshot Lea.

A good start from the visitors saw Ashley West called into action early on when he had to keep out Jamie Di Guiseppe's free kick.

West was then saved by the post when Kane Jones got on the end of James Quinn's cross.

West was by far the busier of the two 'keepers and did well to tip Robert Lazarczuk's free kick over the bar.

Lazarczuk was soon replaced by Travis Richardson-Hodge and the substitutes first touch saw Windsor take the lead.

West failed to hold onto Di Guiseppe's free kick allowing Jason Sheehan to put the ball back into the box for Richardson-Hodge to turn in.

Badshot Lea started the second half with a little more purpose and were soon level when Danny Turner struck from 20 yards to beat Justin Courtnage.

The hosts almost took the lead minutes later when a poor kick from Courtnage fell to Darren Blake on the half way line and seeing the keeper off his line took the shot only for the ball to come back off the post.

Windsor wrapped up the points just after the hour when Chris Ellis' long throw was headed in by Adam Kirby sparking a confrontation on the goal line between West and Barry Dunbar resulting in both players seeing red.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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