Molesey 3 - 4 Windsor
Tuesday 23rd August 2011 at Walton Roadd
  • Lineups
  • Report
MoleseyWindsor
Wester YOUNG1Mark BANFRY
Doug FORD2David TILBURY
Luke ELLIOTT3Ryan PARSONS
Andy GRAVES4Fergus MOORE
Chris ELLIS5Kyle ANTHONY
Nemo ADAMS6Ryan ASHE
Sam LAMPARD7Yashwa ROMEO
Ross CHALKE8Joe CHANDIRAM
Qushie MANNY9Ben PORTER
Dariush HERVAI10Ryan O'TOOLE
James MCSHANE11Ben HUDDELL
Subs
Louis TAYLOR12Grant KEMP
Marione RODNEY14Craig BARTLETT
Tom DILLAWAY15George GOULD
Will MARLOWE16Brandon BLAIR
Ricci MCLEOD17Rob BULLIVANT


Substitutions
56'Ben Huddell (off)
Craig Bartlett (on)
Windsor
81'Chalke (off)
Rodney (on)
Molesey
81'Hervai (off)
Marlowe (on)
Molesey
85'Ryan O'Toole (off)
George Gould (on)
Windsor
85'Adams (off)
Taylor (on)
Molesey


Scorers
McShane 19'
Manny 73'
Taylor 90+3'
Tilbury 4'
O'Toole 24'
O'Toole 36' (p)
O'Toole 66'


Bookings
21'Ryan O'TooleWindsor
25'Ryan AsheWindsor
27'AdamsMolesey
36'GravesMolesey
39'Ben HuddellWindsor
41'McShaneMolesey
44'David TilburyWindsor
64'LampardMolesey
75'ElliottMolesey


Sendings Off
52'David TilburyWindsor
69'LampardMolesey
90+4'ElliottMolesey

Ryan O'Toole bagged a hat-trick in a 4-3 win over Molesey to seal Windsor's first ever win in the Combined Counties Premier Division.

In a match overshadowed by some rather interesting officiating which saw 3 players sent off and a further 6 booked, Windsor held on to remain unbeaten in their opening matches.

It didn't take long for Windsor to take the upper hand in the match. With just 4 minutes on the clock Dave Tilbury rose highest to meet Ben Hudell's free kick to head his first goal for the club and celebrated with the travelling 'masses' behind the goal.

Molesey managed to pull level in controversial circumstances shortly after when James McShane's deflected effort beat Mark Banfry under pressure from Quashie Manny. The assistant on the far side signalled for offside but was over-ruled by referee Bandara saying the player didn't make contact with the ball.

The scores were only level momentarily as a perfectly placed long ball from Fergus Moore sent Ryan O'Toole through to slide the ball past Wester Young.

As the half entered the latter stages Windsor appeared to have the match wrapped up when Andy Graves sent O'Toole tumbling in the box setting up O'Toole to net his second of the match from the spot.

Graves' booking took the ever rising tally to 4 at this point and it would rise to 7 before the end of the half.

Right on the stroke of half time Molesey could have pulled a goal back when Banfry spilled Nemo Adams' long range strike and Manny sent the close range follow up crashing off the post.

Windsor's start to the second half couldn't have gone worse when first they were lucky to escape when Manny headed McShane's effort over the bar and then Tilbury picked up his second booking of the match.

While protecting his face from a ricocheting ball he was booked for handling in what was a long line of unbelievable decisions for both sides.

Despite being down to 10 men Windsor were not giving up on extending their lead. And when Ryan Ashe played in O'Toole he made no mistake in claiming his first hat-trick for his new club.

The playing numbers were soon levelled up when Sam Lampard, who had only been booked minutes earlier for a reckless tackle on Ben Porter, was shown a straight red card for kicking out at Ryan Parsons.

Molesey fought back and made it 4-2 when Manny turned in Doug Fords cross and in injury time added a third through substitute Louis Taylor.

That wasn't the end of the drama as Luke Elliott picked up his second booking of the match right on full time for shoving Ben Porter.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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