Dorking 1 - 1 Windsor
Tuesday 6th March 2012 at Meadowbank
  • Lineups
  • Report
DorkingWindsor
Daniel COLES1Rob BULLIVANT
Sam CURRIE2Andrew FAGAN
Joshua CLARKE3Ryan PARSONS
Shane DUFFELL4David TILBURY
Isaac PHILPOTT5Chris ELLIS
David MCCANN6Kyle ANTHONY
Dean COX7Jake PARSONS
Callum WORSFOLD8Joe CHANDIRAM
Toby FITZGIBBON9Michael CHENNELLS
Craig DUFFELL10Ryan O'TOOLE
Billy RAMSEY11Ben PORTER
Subs
Luke REID12Yashwa ROMEO
Ryan EDWARD14Leeyon PHELAN
Daryl JEEVES15Robert LAZARCZUK
Tome COFEY16Geroge GOULD
Russell HART17Ryan ASHE


Substitutions
51'Chris Ellis (off)
George Gould (on)
Windsor
61'Clarke (off)
Hart (on)
Dorking
67'Cox (off)
Reid (on)
Dorking
77'Jake Parsons (off)
Robert Lazarczuk (on)
Windsor
78'Worsfold (off)
Edward (on)
Dorking
78'David Tilbury (off)
Leeyon Phelan (on)
Windsor


Scorers
McCann 40'O'Toole 19'


Bookings


Sendings Off

Windsor FC's hope of a title in their first season took another blow as they were held to a 1-1 draw away at Dorking.

Having struggled to get to the ground following an accident on the M25 Windsor were looking to make up as much ground as possible over leaders Guildford City.

Windsor started well enough and almost took an early lead when Jake Parons cross wasn't cleared allowing Micheal Chennells to shoot only for Isaac Philpott to head off the line.

Dorking again failed to deal with a Parsons cross but this time Ryan O'Toole was able to turn and shoot low past Daniel Coles to give the visitors the lead.

Coles then denied both Chennells and Kyle Anthony with fine saves as Dorking began to get on top of the game.

David McCann struck from the edge of the area forcing Rob Bullivant into action and moments later levelled the score when he struck low from the left of the area.

Changes from both sides in the second half failed to increase the score with both sides only managing one potentially game changing chance.

Firstly Russell Hartt lobbed wide over an on rushing Bullivant and then with the last move of the match Ryan O'Toole was sent tumbling in the box but failed to win a deserved penalty.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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