Saturday 26th September 2020
Windsor finally picked up their fisrt points of the season with a 2-1 win over neighbours Burnham.
Having seen the opening two games end in slim defeats, manager Mark Cooper was looking for a reaction.
The hosts started brightly and early chances saw Corey Parchment hit the post and Ben Mullry force a fine save out of Carl Dennison.
Despite Windsor's strong start it was the visitors who took the lead when Joe Blount turned in Wade Burton's cross.
The lead lasted just a minute as Windsor hit back immediatley when Sam Coles managed to flick in Parchment's cross.
Despite very few chances it would be Windsor who would go in at half time in the lead thanks to Billy Montague chesting in Adam McNamara's cross.
As the players returned from the half time break Burnham manager Ashliegh James approached referee Christoper Potter and was subsequently show a red card.
The second half was limited regards to the number of chances with the best falling to bot Gavin James and Billy Montague only for the respective keepers to keep the ball out.
Windsor will go again when they entertain Virginia Water at Stag Meadow on Tuesday night.
Videos courtesy of Two Men In Search Of The Beautiful Game.