Monday 1st October 2012
Windsor are out of the Premier Challenge Cup following a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Colliers Wood Utd.
Windsor, still looking for their first win under Mick Woodham, started well enough and hit the woodwork in the opening minutes through a Robert Lazarczuk free kick.
Moments later Kane Jones struck from distance forcing Daniel Burnett into a fine save to keep the score line blank.
At the other end Mark Banfry did well to keep out Helge Orome and then soon after Chris Gregson.
Windsor took the lead in spectacular fashion when Tom Kemp's long ball found Lazarczuk who struck a looping effort from 30 yards over the head of Burnett and into the goal.
Windsor should have doubled their lead after the break when Lazarczuk crossed for George Gould but his header went wide of the post.
Colliers Wood then had the chance to pull level when they were awarded a penalty after Kemp handled in the area only for Banfry to save Orome's spot kick.
Banfry wasn't so fortunate when a second penalty was awarded following Mustapha Mohammed's challenge on Nathan Turner with Troy Abbey beating Banfry from the spot.
Colliers Wood were ahead minutes later when Gregson crossed for Orome to head in.