Saturday 9th March 2019
Windsor have reached their first final for four years after beating Almondsbury 3-0.
In blustery conditions Windsor battled against the wind in the first half creating some good chances.
George Gould's header from a corner forced Jamie Merry to save low down to prevent the ball sqeezing into the net.
Merry did well again to keep out Matthew Stockill's effort from distance before denying Kieran Knight from close range.
As the half wore on Windsor were turning up the pressure and Merry was justifying his place between the sticks when Daniel Roberts tried his luck followed by another Stockill strike.
It wasn't all one way traffic as the home side started to get into the game towards the end of the half.
Matthew Baker forced Hugo Sobte to keep out his effort before Geraint Williams managed to get clear but could only lift the ball over Sobte and wide of the goal.
All of Almondsbury's hard work to keep Windsor out was undone shortly after half time.
Robert Lazarczuk picked the ball up in midfield and hit a low effort from 30 yards past Merry to give Windsor the lead.
The lead was doubled shortly after when Lazarczuk turned provider sending Roberts through to put the ball past Merry.
Almondsbury tried to get back into the match with their best effort falling to Lewis Sheppard who saw the ball come back off the post.
With just minutes remaining Roberts made sure of the result when he turned in Stockill's cross to book Windsor's first Hellenic League Cup final.