Saturday 14th January 2012
Windsor extended their unbeaten league run to 13 games with a 2-0 win at home against Farnham Town.
They remain 6 points behind leaders Guildford City with a game in hand and still to play them at home.
Windsor got off to the perfect start with an early goal through Andrew Fagan.
The Windsor defender rose highest to get on the end of Chris Ellis' long throw to head in the opener.
They could have doubled the lead moments later when Jake Parsons put Michael Chennells on his way but Adlam Ajuna was just able to get enough on the ball to allow Matt Wheeler to clear off the line.
It was Parsons and Chennells combining again minutes later but this time Chennells decided to go round Ajuna before seeing his effort come back off the post and put behind for a corner.
Jake Parsons took the corner which led to Ellis having his header cleared off the line before another corner saw Chennells smash the ball off the cross bar.
Chennells had a bit more luck mid-way through the half when Ben Porter looped the ball over Ajuna leaving Chennells to knock the ball over the line.
Ryan O'Toole could have put the game beyond Farnham before half time when he got on the end of Yashwa Romeo's only for his effort to go straight to Ajuna.
Windsor started brightly in the second half and again, the combination of Parsons Chennells opened up the Farnham defence leaving Chennells with only Ajuna to beat before a last ditch challenge from Lee Marker denied him.
Farnham weren't without chances with their best coming when Cave Ferris picked out Ben Williams at the far post and his header found Mark Corbett but he could only pick out Rob Bullivant.
Windsor had further chances to go ahead with Fagan having an effort cleared off the line and Jake Parsons forcing Ajuna to pull off a fantastic save.
There was a slight hold up during the second half when the turning on of the floodlights was delayed due to the generator failed to start, but after a 5 minute break engineers were able to get it started an play resumed.
As the game entered injury time Windsor had one final chance when a goal mouth scramble allowed Ellis to get off a shot only for the ball to come back off the post.