Saturday 21st September 2019
Windsor have picked up their first points under new manager Mark Cooper after a 4-2 win at home against Shrivenham.
Debutante Will Turl opened the scoring after just 4 minutes when Curtis Meare's goal kick was sent straight back towards his own goal by Anrew Ingram with the Windsor forward holding off the challenge of Aaron Dainton then slotting past Meare.
The visitors pulled level on 34 minutes when Tom Ballard was allowed the space to cross and picked out Lewis Petrie who headed in unchallenged at the far post.
It looked as if it wasn't going to be Windsor's day when they switched off at a corner allowing Nick Stanley to pick out Macauley Dodson for an easy tap in.
Cooper introduce Robert Lazarczuk and he was instrumental in Windsor's equaliser.
The Windsor midfielder's long throw found the feet of Keaton August at the far side of the area where August fired past Meare's.
Having bagged four goals on Tuesday, Dylan Ive continued his goal scoring form with a fantastic bicycle kick effort that left Meare with no chance.
Windsor made sure of the points minutes later in controversial circumstances when Dodson was left on the deck holding his face with no signal from the referee to stop the game. Windsor continued with Ive picking out August whi setup Lazarczuk to finish.
Discussions ensued bewteen the Shrivenham players and the match referee, who also appeared to consult with his assistant, but the end result was a fourth goal for Windsor.
Windsor managed to see out the 12 minutes of additional time to make it 2 out of 2 competitive wins for Cooper.