Windsor 2 - 6 Badshot Lea
Monday 24th September 2012 at Stag Meadow
  • Lineups
  • Report
WindsorBadshot Lea
Mark BANFRY1Matthew WATSON
George GOULD2Nick SOWDEN
Neil MESSHAM3Michael SMITH
Will DUNLOP4Ryan SCOTT
Tom KEMP5George HARDY
Tom MUDGE6Ross MILLARD
Martin BRADSHAW7Darren BLAKE
Dan HICKS8Dan KER
Ben HARRIS9Adam CORNELL
Robert LAZARCZUK10Matthew GRIFFITHS
Steven EYANGO-BWANGA11Josh PEARSON
Subs
Usif BANGURA12Brad SMITH
Oliver BEASLEY14Liam ROBERTS
Chris KELLY15James HINCHON
16Jamie HOPPITT
17


Substitutions
40'Blake (off)
Roberts (on)
Badshot Lea
43'Ker (off)
B Smith (on)
Badshot Lea
55'Martin Bradshaw (off)
Usif Bangura (on)
Windsor
63'George Gould (off)
Oliver Beasley (on)
Windsor
77'Messhan (off)
Chris Kelly (on)
Windsor
89'Griffiths (off)
Hinchon (on)
Badshot Lea


Scorers
Harris 66'
Mudge 70' (p)
Cornell 12'
Griffiths 29'
Cornell 35'
Cornell 48'
Pearson 67'
Kemp OG 89'


Bookings
26'ScottBadshot Lea
70'SowdenBadshot Lea


Sendings Off

New look Windsor FC suffered another setback in their rebuilding process with a 2-6 defeat by Badshot Lea.

Windsor came close to opening the scoring when Rob Lazarczuk found Steven Ewango-Bwanga but his effort went wide of the post.

It wasn't long before Badshot did open the scoring when Michael Smith's long ball found Adam Cornell clear of the Windsor defence to lift the ball over Mark Banfry.

The lead was almost double a few minutes later when Cornell went clear again but this time Banfry was able to save.

Ben Harris then had a free kick well saved by Matthew Watson before Cornell broke up the other end to set up Matthew Griffiths to double the lead.

Cornell then added a third as the half drew to a close leaving Windsor with a second half moutain to climb.

Cornell completed his hat trick just after half time when he once agin broke free of the home defence to beat Banfry.

Harris pulled a goal back with a superbly taken free kick only for Josh Pearson to restore the four goal lead a minute later.

Nick Sowden brought down Harris to earn Windsor a penalty which Tom Mudge duely dispatched beyond Watson.

Substitue Brad Smith added a sixth on the stroke of full time to heap more woe on Woodham's new look Windsor.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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