Saturday 13th February 2016
Windsor picked up 3 valuable points with a 3-2 win against 10-man Redhill.
New signing Kyle Erskine-Moore was given his first start while 'veteran' Carl Dennison clocked up his 100th start for the club.
Windsor got straight at relegation threatened Redhill and were soon in the lead.
Henry Montague did well to pick out Naheer Nawa on the edge of the area before the ball found its way to Omar Riaz who managed to bend the ball round the out-stretched hand of Jindrich Vokaty and just inside the post.
Erskine-Moore was having a impressive start to his debut and almost setup a second for Windsor when his good work with Nawaf setup Dunbar who sent the ball wide.
Windsor did double the lead on the half hour when Montague played in Dunbar who fired past Vokaty.
Redhill tried to get back into the match and just before half time came very close when Ashley Snadden tried his luck from 25 yards only for Dennison to tip over the bar.
The visitors continued to try and get themselves back into the match after the break and were again unlucky when Alex Rose's corner found the head of Jay Conroy only for Baboucarr Jarra to head the ball off the line and over the bar.
This was a wake up call for the hosts and they started to turn up the pressure which almost paid off when Jake Jenkins made the most of a corner that wasn't cleared only to see his effort blocked.
Minutes later and another corner poorly cleared saw Jamie Di Giuseppe send the ball back into the box. As the ball travelled towards the far post Charlie Cook fell over Jenkins which allowed Dunbar time to slot the ball past Vokaty.
Despite being 3 goals down Redhill were not about to give up and seconds after the restart forced Dennison into a superb double save.
It was now turning into a ral end to end battle as Windsor raced up the other end and through Riaz hit the bar before Redhill attacked with Fiachra McArdle forcing Dennisoninto another fine save.
Redhill eventually got the goal they had been threatening when substitute George Cousins turned in a corner.
Cousins then capitalised on an unfortunate moment for Dennison when he tried to claim the ball but slid out of the box allowing Cousins to steal the ball and roll into an empty net.
Redhill's chances of getting anything from the match were made that bit harder when McArdle picked up his second yellow card for a heavy challenge on Dunbar.
The visitors kept up the pressure for the final ten minutes and will probably feel that they could have got something from the game but Windsor heldon for only their second win of 2016.