Monday 12th March 2012
Windsor FC let a 2 goal lead slip and had to settle for a share of the points after they were held 3-3 against Hanworth Villa.
As Windsor continue to push Guildford all the way for the title every game becomes more important than the last with anything less than a win making the job even harder.
Windsor almost took an early lead when Jake Parsons ran half the length of the pitch to set up Michael Chennells but his effort low aross goal was well saved by Terry Buss.
Chennells had better luck moments later when he was picked out by Joe Chandiram and this time made no mistake in beating Buss.
Hanworth could have equalised within a couple of minutes when Adam Baigent got his head to Lee Higgs free kick only for Rob Bullivant to tip the ball over the bar.
With just under half an hour gone Chennells doubled the lead with another well taken finish having been setup by Ryan O'Toole.
Villa managed to pull one back before half time and could have even pulled level.
A long ball put Levi King through and having shaken off his marker slotted the ball past Rob Bullivant.
In the final moments of the half they came close levelling the scores when Ricky Farnden crossed for Lawrie Shennan whose effort managed to beat Bullivant but could not prevent Ryan Parsons clearing off the line.
The opening moments of the second half could have seen the game put beyond Hanworth especially when Chennells went clear with only Buss to beat sending his effort wide of the post.
Baigent didn't make the same mistake at the other end when he collected Joe Johnson's cross and was able to turn in the box before hitting low past Bullivant.
A double block from Joe Chandiram and Chennells from a Ryan Parsons cross started to frustrate further especially when Hanworth went straight up the other end and took the lead.
Another long ball found King who once again fired past Bullivant.
Changes from both sides looked as if they would have no effect on the outcome. But that was until the match entered injury time.
Kyle Anthony sent the ball high into the box as just as it looked as if the cross would be wasted Robert Lazarczuk popped up at the far post to slam the ball past Buss.