Windsor 0 - 1 Dorking
Monday 29th August 2011 at Stag Meadow
  • Lineups
  • Report
Windsor - Dorking
Mark BANFRY1John MCBRIDE
David TILBURY2Sam CURRIE
Ryan PARSONS3Asa PIXON-NICOLS
Fergus MOORE4Oliver TYRONE
Kyle ANTHONY5Russell HARRT
Ryan ASHE6David MCCANN
Yashwa ROMEO7Joe CHANDLER
Matthew SEEDEL8Leroy HYETT
Ben PORTER9Craig DUFFELL
Ryan O'TOOLE10Martin SMITH
Joe CHANDIRAM11Martin BRANNAN
Subs
Grant KEMP12Dan DUNNING
Craig BARTLETT14Toby FITZGIBBON
Ben HUDDELL15Sam SAWYERS
Alex JEFFERS16Dan DAVIES
George GOULD17Jamie IRWIN


Substitutions
42'Ben Porter (off)
Alex Jeffers (on)
Windsor
72'Alex Jeffers (off)
Grant Kemp (on)
Windsor
75'David Tilbury (off)
Ben Huddell (on)
Windsor


Scorers
Hyett 88'


Bookings
31'Ryan AsheWindsor
45'Matthew SeedelWindsor
73'OliverDorking


Sendings Off

Windsor suffered their first defeat of the season going down 1-0 at home to Dorking.

Having had the lion's share of the chances Windsor again failed to find the net.

Early half chances fell the way of Dorking but there was nothing to worry the host's goal.

Windsor soon got themselves going and when Ryan Ashe slipped the ball through to Ryan O'Toole he crossed for Ben Porter but the ball went just behind the Windsor frontman.

Windsor were then denied a penalty when Porter got on the end of Joe Chandiram's free kick only for Russell Harrt to stop the ball a yard from the goal with his arm but no penalty awarded.

O'Toole then forced John McBride into a good save before Joe Chandler did the same with Mark Banfry at the other end.

Windsor started well in the second half with an early chance falling to Chandiram that went low across the face of the goal.

A rare burst forward from Dorking saw Craig Duffel with only an on rushing Banfry to beat but the Windsor keeper was more than a match for the midfielders effort.

McBride was again the hero at the other end when he pulled off superb saves from two Ben Hudell free kicks and he would then go on to set up the eventual winner.

A quick throw out following a poor Windsor corner saw Martin Smith race through and when his initial effort was blocked Hyett was on hand to stab in the loose ball.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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