Windsor 5 - 0 Sandhurst Town
Saturday 3rd March 2012 at Stag Meadow
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WindsorSandhurst Town
Rob BULLIVANT1Matthew WATSON
Andrew FAGAN2Jasper OWEN
Ryan PARSONS3Carl GARSTANG
George GOULD4Lee RIDDELL
Chris ELLIS5Jamie CLARK
Ryan ASHE6Gary NEWSON
Jake PARSONS7Mark WATKINS
Joe CHANDIRAM8Chris FERMIER
Michael CHENNELLS9Sam KNOWLES
Ryan O'TOOLE10Matthew JAMES
Ben PORTER11Chris WATERIDGE
Subs
Fergus MOORE12Taylor MONEY
David TILBURY14Gabor NAGY
Yashwa ROMEO15Michael KOOPOWITZ
Leeyon PHELAN16Darren CAMPBELL
Kyle ANTHONY17Michael WATSON


Substitutions
59'Wateridge (off)
Campbell (on)
Sandhurst Town
72'Ryan Ashe (off)
Kyle Anthony (on)
Windsor
77'Watkins (off)
Koopowitz (on)
Sandhurst Town
77'James (off)
Watson (on)
Sandhurst Town
82'Chris Ellis (off)
David Tilbury (on)
Windsor
84'Ryan O'Toole (off)
Leeyon Phelan (on)
Windsor


Scorers
O'Toole 56'
O'Toole 62'
O'Toole 73'
Chennells 84'
Gould 90+2'


Bookings
88'Joe ChandiramWindsor


Sendings Off

Windsor got back to league action with a 5-0 win against Sandhurst Town to put the disappointment of their cup semi final defeat behind them.

The home side struck five times without reply in the second half to keep their title dreams alive.

The first half past with little action and the only two chances going the way of Windsor.

Firstly Ryan Parsons free kick was headed just wide by Ben Porter and then Jake Parsons forced Matthew Watson into a fine save.

The match really came to life shortly after half time when Windsor took the lead.

Rob Bullivant's long kick down field was missed by the Sandhurst defence leaving Ryan O'Toole to lob an on rushing Watson.

O'Toole doubled the lead minutes later when Joe Chadiram's free kick was cleared to him on the edge of the area where he shot low past Watson.

Watson then did well to deny Ben Porter after good work from O'Toole before the striker wrapped up his hat-trick.

Michael Chennells was put through and un-selfishly setup O'Toole for his third of the game.

Chennells then added a fourth when he sent the ball into the roof of the the net before George Gould scored his first club goal after being setup by Chennells.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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