Windsor 3 - 0 Ascot United
Monday 28th August 2017 at Stag Meadow
  • Lineups
  • Report
Windsor - Ascot United
Hugo SOBTE1Lee ALLEN
Ashley SMITH2Joseph STOCCHETTI
Haydon CLACK3Jonathan DENTON
Luke BROOKS-SMITH4Daniel DAVIES
Andrew INGRAM5Louis BOWERS
Kieran KNIGHT6Cameron GILMARTIN
Jack DENTON7James GOODEY
Paul COYNE8Callum CARLISLE
Nadir SHAFI9Rory KNIBBS
Barry HAYLES10Robert LAZARCZUK
Denzel BONILLA-HURTADO11Samir REGRAHUI
Subs
Taufee SKANDARI12Ross SELDON
Billy ORAM14Lee RIDDELL
Ramel SUTHERLAND15Ben HODGES
Cheyenne CRIPPS16Tim AMOUI
Finn KELLY-LEWIS17


Substitutions
HTJoseph Stocchetti (off)
Ross Seldon (on)
Ascot United
54'Denzel Bonilla-Hurtado (off)
Ramel Sutherland (
Windsor
60'Daniel Davies (off)
Ben Hodges (on)
Ascot United
64'Cameron Gilmarton (off)
Lee Riddell (on)
Ascot United
67'Luke Brooks-Smith (off)
Billy Oram (on)
Windsor
84'Nadir Shafi (off)
Cheyenne Cripps (on)
Windsor


Scorers
Hayles 19'
Shafi 56'
Sutherland 89'


Bookings
34'Cameron GilmartonAscot United


Sendings Off

Windsor continue to get to grips with the Hellenic League with a 3-0 win against Ascot United.

In front of a decent crowd of 185 Windsor comfortably saw off the challenge of local rivals Ascot.

Always in control, Windsor had early chances through Nadir Shafi and Luke Brooks-Smith.

The lively Jack Denton and industrious Paul Coyne over-running Ascot time after time.

Barry Hayles opened the scoring for Windsor with a well timed header. Andy Ingram nearly doubling the lead soon after.

Ascot made it to half time without conceding again and it was during their best spell of the game just after half time that Windsor doubled their lead.

Nadir Shafi poking the ball through the away sides keeper after a well weighted pass from Hayles.

Windsor managed the remainder of the game very well and had chances to increase the lead through Cheyenne Cripps and Jack Denton.

The third goal came courtesy of impressive substitute Ramel Sutherland. The 90th goal reward for his patience and industry.

A good day at the office for Windsor and one returning record goal scorer Robert Lazarczuk would want to forget.

Courtesy of Matthew Stevens

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