Tuesday 8th September 2015
Windsor were left frustrated when a late strike saw them drop another 2 points with a 2-2 draw away at Knaphill.
Having started well, Windsor came very close to taking the lead when Adam Kirby's goal-bound effort was blocked on the line by Riccardo Cannon.
Moments later Windsor did take the lead when Jason Sheehan's free kick from the left hand side of the Knaphill area went straight past Richard Shelley and into the net.
Knaphill managed to draw level within 15 minutes when a long ball saw Mark Watkins beat Carl Dennison to the ball and finish in an empty net.
They could have taken the lead when Watkins went clear again just before half time but this time Dennison was equal to the effort.
Windsor kept up the pressure in the second half and were soon back in front when Omar Riaz's effort fell for Cannon who's effort was blocked allowing Wayne Harvey to send the ball goalwards.
Knaphill where then reduced to 10 men when an off the ball clash between Kirby and Josh Coke saw the Knaphill winger given his marching orders.
Going into the last 20 minutes and the 10 men of Knaphill seemed to be getting on top and came very close to pulling level when Steve Brown struck the post from distance.
The hosts did finally draw level when Windsor failed to clear a free kick giving Josh Watkins the chance to strike from the ecge of the area which he did.
Mark Watkins had chances to claim al three points for Knaphill when firstly he was denied by Dennison and then, having put the ball in the net, he was denied by the assistant referee's flag.