Tuesday 7th August 2012
Windsor picked up there first win of the season seeing off Bedfont Sports 3-0.
Having drawn their opening game on Saturday, Windsor were keen to kick start their season.
They should have done this straight from the first whistle when Ben Harris got his head to Chris Ellis' long thrown only for Dane Buss to tip the ball over the bar.
Kyle Anthony then headed a Ryan Ashe corner just wide of the post closely followed By Harris going clear only for Buss to save.
Windsor continued to push forward against their newly promoted hosts and Ryan O'Toole came even closer when he managed to beat both Vinny Hodge and George Marks before seeing his effort hit the post.
Bedfont weren't without chances and came very close when Jack Watts crossed for George Baldock but his header went wide of the post.
This did nothing but make Windsor more determined to get ahead in the game but again they were denied this time a block from an O'Toole shot earning a corner.
From the corner Kyle Anthony headed against the bar and minutes later O'Toole went clear again only to send his effort over the bar.
As the half drew to a close it started to look as if it was going to be one one those games as Jake Parsons slipped the ball through to Anthony but again the ball came back off the post.
The second half saw Bedfont come out and go straight at their visitors and should have taken an early lead when Jordan Vidal picked out Baldock but he was denied by a fantastic reaction save from Rob Bullivant.
At the other end Buss was also still being kept busy and did very well to save O'Toole's effort when his defence failed to clear the ball.
The woodwork frustrated Windsor for a fourth time with O'Toole going through only hit the post.
The hour mark finally saw Windsor take a deserved lead when Ben Porter swung the ball in to the area for O'Toole to head in unmarked.
Windsor's second followed soon after when Harris managed to beat Hodge before sliding the ball past Buss from a tight angle.
Bullivant was on form again to pull of another wonder save to deny substitute Saman Kanani before Windsor put the game beyond any doubt.
Jake Saville was caught dawdling on the ball and lost out to Yashwa Romeo who's low cross was met by O'Toole for an easy finish.
O'Toole then tried to repay the favour to Romeo but Buss was on hand with a superb save of his own to keep the score at 3-0.