Saturday 7th April 2012
It still looks as if the Combined Counties Premier Division title will go all the way following Windsor's 4-2 win against Ash Utd and Guildford dropping points against Epsom & Ewell.
Windsor know that if they have any hope of lifting the title at the end of the season they need to at least win all their remaining matches, and they are doing just that.
Another quick start from the home side saw them take the lead early on when Jake Parsons capitalised on a defensive error to slide the ball across the box for Michael Chennells to nip in and open the scoring.
The lead was almost doubled a minute later when Ryan O'Toole got onto Ryan Ashe's through ball and lifted it over Scott Cannie and then lobbed Asen Agov only for the ball to go just wide.
Windsor did double the lead soon after following a great passage of passing football which culminated in Chennells picking out Kyle Anthony to beat Agov.
Ash pulled a goal back just after the half hour when Scott Norris' free kick took a hefty deflection off of Anthony leaving Bullivant with no chance of stopping the ball.
A shaky start to the second half almost saw the visitors pull level when Norris crossed for Sean Davies who saw his effort saved by Rob Bullivant and the rebound put wide by Phil Hornbrook.
Windsor pushed on in search of an extension to their lead and almost found it when first Michael Chennells hit the post from a Joe Chandiram cross followed by Agov's fine save from Ben Harris' shot.
Ash then drew level in controversial circumstances. Having already turned down appeals for a free kick on the corner of the Windsor area the assistant referee started to wave his flag after play had already progressed 50 yards further up the pitch.
From the free kick, Norris managed to get his head to the ball which looked to have been saved comfortably by Bullivant only for the same assistant referee to signal the ball had crossed the line.
Just 10 minutes later and Windsor were back in front when Jake Parsons' free kick eventually fell kindly for Yashwa Romeo who bundled the ball over the line from a yard out.
The result was secured minutes later when Jake Parsons slipped the ball through to Romeo and when his effort came crashing back off the bar Ryan O'Toole was on hand to turn the ball into the net.