Windsor 2 - 1 Guildford City
Saturday 21st April 2012 at Stag Meadow
  • Lineups
  • Report
WindsorGuildford City
Rob BULLIVANT1Michael HALL
Andrew FAGAN2Tony CHAPLIN
Ryan PARSONS3Ben RAYNER
Kyle ANTHONY4Simon COOPER
Chris ELLIS5Tom PENSON
Yashwa ROMEO6Corey HOLDER
Jake PARSONS7Dan MOODY
Joe CHANDIRAM8Jack GUILFORD
Michael CHENNELLS9Austin GACGERU
Ryan O'TOOLE10Ryan WALLIS
Ben PORTER11Jaydon GIBBS
Subs
Ryan ASHE12Lance BANTON-BROWN
Leeyon PHELAN14Bruce MCPHAIL
David TILBURY15Will HEAVEY
Damian SPENCER16Paul SPENCER
17Joel HUGHES


Substitutions
34'Gibbs (off)
Hughes (on)
Guildford City
62'Wallis (off)
Banton-Brown (on)
Guildford City
66'Chaplin (off)
Heavey (on)
Guildford City


Scorers
O'Toole 78' (p)
Chennells 88'
Wallis 6'


Bookings
12'GuilfordGuildford City
32'MoodyGuildford City
76'Jake ParsonsWindsor


Sendings Off

Windsor FC signed off their home season with an impressive 2-1 win over Combined Counties Premier Division Champions Guildford City.

Guildford had secured their second title in as many seasons last week but both sides where looking for a final victory in the battle of the top two.

Windsor were on top in the opening exchanges but fell behind after only five minutes when Ryan Wallis capitalised on Ben Rayners cross deflecting off Jack Guilford to head past Rob Bullivant.

The lead should have been doubled when Austin Gacgeru was left unmarked but headed wide of goal.

From there on Windsor took control and came very close to pulling level when Ben Porter curled an effort just wide of the post.

Guildford were lucky not to be down to ten men after just 15 minutes when Jack Guilford dived in two footed on Ryan Parsons but escaped with just a caution.

Porter was again unlucky not to force an equaliser when he was quickest to react when Michael Hall fumbled Ryan O'Toole's long range effort only for the keeper to recover.

Michael Chennells was the next to be denied when he appeared to be clean through only for Simon Cooper to recover with a well timed tackle.

The second half saw Windsor continue to dominate the match and again should have pulled level.

Jake Parsons raced through but was denied by Hall and shortly after Parsons picked out O'Toole only for Hall to save again.

Ryan Parsons then picked out Chennells who chested the ball down before hitting a shot on the turn which Hall saved. Joe Chandiram headed the rebound goalwards but this was headed off the line.

Windsor finally got the reward they deserved when Cooper sent O'Toole tumbling in the box to earn a penalty which the Windsor striker duly fired past Hall for his 42nd goal of the season.

As the match entered the final couple of minutes Windsor took the lead Chris Ellis slid the ball through to Chennells who held off the challenge of Tom Penson before eventually slotting the ball past Hall.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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