Oxford City Nomads 2 - 5 Windsor
Tuesday 22nd August 2017 at Court Place Farm
  • Lineups
  • Report
Oxford City Nomads - Windsor
Andrew STRINGER1Hugo SOBTE
Udoka GOWIN-MALIFE2Ashley SMITH
Matthew BROWN3Haydon CLACK
Matt KNAPTON4Luke BROOKS-SMITH
Declan PEART5Joash NEMBHARD
Sami KHAWAJA6Elliott WOODHAM
Jordi MULVANEY7Nadir SHAFI
Jack TUTTON8Paul COYNE
Daniel COLLINS9Kieran KNIGHT
Will MCEACHRAN10Barry HAYLES
Bradley SINGH11Denzel BONILLA-HURTADO
Subs
Nathan SIMMS12Billy ORAM
Kyle BESTLEY14Jack DENTON
Connor MATTIMORE15Ramel SUTHERLAND
Ahmed FARAH16Andrew INGRAM
Luke SANDERS17Gus BOWLES


Substitutions
HTElliott Woodham (off)
Andrew Ingram (on)
Windsor
55'Danzel Bonilla-Hurtado (off)
Jack Denton (on)
Windsor
66'Daniel Collins (off)
Ahmed Farah (on)
Oxford City Nomads
66'Bradley Singh (off)
Connor Mattimore (on)
Oxford City Nomads
66'Matthew Brown (off)
Nathan Simms (on)
Oxford City Nomads
72'Luke Brooks-Smith (off)
Ramel Sutherland (on)
Windsor


Scorers
Godwin-Malife 85'
Farah 89'
Shafi 3'
Coyne 5'
Shafi 11'
Hayles 30'
Nembhard 74'


Bookings
??Barry HaylesWindsor


Sendings Off

Windsor picked up their first Hellenic Premier League win last night seeing off Oxford City Nomads 5-2.

Windsor started where they left off the previous weekend and blew Oxford away with a blistering and clinical opening 25 minutes.

Nadir Shafi gave Windsor the lead with the pea still rattling around in the refs whistle, latching onto a through ball and drilling past the home goalkeeper.

Paul Coyne doubled Windsor' lead with a 25 yard top corner effort with 6 minutes on the clock.

Much to the travelling masses delight, Windsor went three up with Shafi grabbing his second. A side foot home from 4 yards following great work by Barry Hayles and the the impressive Kieran Knight.

Ashley Smith provided the ammunition for Hayles first goal for Windsor, his bullet header ending the home sides hope of points.

Windsor pressed for a fifth but were well satisfied with their first half work.

Inevitably the 2nd half was more low key, Windsor managing the game and scoring a fifth through Joash Nembhard.

Woodham made personnel changes and Oxford capitalised with two goals in the final 15 minutes. It was too little too late and Windsor were value for the excellent win.

Courtesy of Matthew Stevens

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