Saturday 3rd December 2016
Windsor secured their second win in as many games with a 3-0 win away at Camberley Town.
It was a perfect start for the visitors as they struck with just 2 minutes on the clock when Jamie Di Giuseppe's cross picked out Nadir Shafi at the far post to head in.
Windsor kept up the pressure throughout the half and the home sides frustrations were clear to see with numerous players lucky to stay on the pitch.
Half time saw a change of official in the middle when the referee pulled out injured resulting in the hosts supplying a club assistant who, to be honest, called all decisions correctly and fairly.
Any chance of a comeback for Camberley was severely hampered when Carl Garstang was sent off following a comment made when he was being substituted.
Windsor made the numerical advantage count when they doubled their lead on 73 minutes when George Gould picked out Kieran Knight who calmly lobbed the ball over the head of the on rushing Dave Hill.
The points were completely secured in the dying minutes when Di Giuseppe's free kick found the head of Barry Dunbar and the ball squeezed between the legs of Hill.