Windsor 1 - 0 Epsom & Ewell
Saturday 26th November 2011 at Stag Meadow
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WindsorEpsom & Ewell
Mark BANFRY1Daniel COLES
Andrew FAGAN2Paul WEST
Ryan PARSONS3Freddie MYERS
David TILBURY4Alex RODRIGUEZ
Chris ELLIS5Anthony PAYANI
Kyle ANTHONY6Carl DOWNS
Jake PARSONS7Matty SMITH
Ryan ASHE8Sam ROBINSON
Yashwa ROMEO9Mark JARMAN
Ryan O'TOOLE10Alex MCGREGOR
Joe CHANDIRAM11Ali DEWAR
Subs
Mark SARGEANT12Inny ORDONO
Robert LAZARCZUK14Tom SEIFURS
George GOULD15Dave FRANCIS
Ben PORTER16Jamie COTTEE
Rob BULLIVANT17Adrian JONES


Substitutions
68'Jarman (off)
Cottee (on)
Epsom & Ewell
78'Myers (off)
Ordono (on)
Epsom & Ewell
80'Ryan Ashe (off)
Robert Lazarczuk (on)
Windsor
81'Dewar (off)
Francis (on)
Epsom & Ewell
90'Yashwa Romeo (off)
Mark Sargeant (on)
Windsor


Scorers
O'Toole 53'


Bookings


Sendings Off

Ryan O'Toole's second half strike ensured that Windsor picked up all 3 points in their Combined Counties Premier Division encounter with Epsom & Ewell.

An impressive 208 were on hand to witness Windsor continue their push for automatic promotion at the first time of asking.

Windsor enjoyed a good first half and should have been ahead within the opening 10 minutes when Jake Parsons corner was met by the head of Kyle Anthony only to be cleared off the line by Paul West.

Ryan O'Toole then had two efforts go just the wrong side of the post after taking deflections.

The second half saw Windsor make the breakthrough following a poor pass from the Epsom midfield to allow Yashwa Romeo to put O'Toole through and beat Dan Coles from the edge of the area.

Epsom weren't without chances of their own and their best came moments after falling behind when Sam Robinson struck from distance with the ball coming back off the post.

Ali Dewar then denied Romeo with a goal line clearance followed by O'Toole being denied by Coles.

Coles then pulled off a superb save to deny Joe Chandiram when he got on the end of O'Toole's cross.

Despite the missed chances Windsor held on to secure the points and keep their promotion push on track.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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