AFC Hayes 3 - 1 Windsor
Saturday 20th February 2016 at Farm Park
  • Lineups
  • Report
AFC HayesWindsor
Bobby KIARHA1Carl DENNISON
Dan MCDONNELL2Victor OCANSEY
Sutcha SHEPHERD3Isiah GODDARD-JOSEPH
Ronnell DENNIS4Riccardo CANNON
Cameron GILLMARTIN5Jake JENKINS
Callum MCCARROLL6Luke BROOKS-SMITH
Dean MCDONNELL7Henry MONTAGUE
Max HUBBARD8Amin KHOMSI
Bradley HAND9Kyle ROCHFORD
Jordan Berry10Jason SHEEHAN
Josh QUADRY11Naheer NAWAF
Subs
Gibson PASMA12Baboucarr JARRA
Sam SAYDEE14Nadir SHAFI
Michael MUKASA15Ryan DUTTON-NOBES
Miguel SOBELL16Omar RIAZ
Glyn BERRY17Latif ERSKINE-MOORE


Substitutions
30'Goddard-Joseph (off)
Shafi (on)
Windsor
63'Hubbard (off)
Daydee (on)
AFC Hayes
72'Dean McDonnell (off)
Pasma (on)
AFC Hayes
72'Nawaf (off)
Dutton-Nobes (on)
Windsor
83'Quadry (off)
Sobell (on)
AFC Hayes


Scorers
Dean McDonnell 1'
Dennis 39'
Hand 62'
Jenkins 90+3'


Bookings
44'HubbardAFC Hayes
44'SheehanWindsor
72'Dean McDonnellAFC Hayes
82'SaydeeAFC Hayes


Sendings Off

Windsor?s poor February form continued with a soggy defeat at the hands of AFC Hayes on Saturday.

Missing the suspended Dunbar and Di Giuseppe and having Babs Jarra injured in the warm up, Windsor fielded an experimental side which dominated large periods of the match but too often failed to trouble the home goalkeeper.

Getting off to the worst possible start on a wet and sticky pitch, Windsor?s new look defence failed to keep out AFC Hayes and conceded within 90 seconds of kick off. A low shot from the edge of the box nestling into the bottom corner.

Sheehan and Khomsi tried to move the ball around the pitch, Sheehan releasing Nawaf on more than one occasion, his efforts failing to force the keeper into saving. Latif Rochford had Windsor?s best early chance with a glancing header from Luke Brooks-Smith curling free kick. The industrious Henry Montague shot wide as did Brooks-Smith.

Windsor were forced into a mid-half substitution when Goddard-Joseph picked up an injury. Khomsi slotted into the the left back role which saw the introduction of Erskine-Moore. The home side, playing the conditions better, rarely threatened but did snatch a second late on to secure a 2-0 half time lead.

AFC Hayes did start the 2nd half in the ascendancy and forced Dennison into early saves. Despite seeing plenty of the ball Windsor offered little in attack and following a clearance from their own box AFC Hayes scored their 3rd goal and highlighted the method for success in the conditions.

Windsor did threaten through the impressive Riccardo Cannon, twice going close. It was left to Jake Jenkins to snatch the late consolation, flicking in a Sheehan cross with seconds remaining.

Courtesy of Matthew Stevens

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