Windsor 6 - 1 Sandhurst Town
Saturday 20th October 2012 at Stag Meadow
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WindsorSandhurst Town
Oliver BROWN1Mark APPLEBY
Luke DEXTER2Jasper OWEN
Alex BRUCE3Gavin BRANCH
Dan HICKS4Dave RICHARDS
Tom MUDGE5David SHUTT
Josh BRIANT6Connor CLOSE
Matthew DAY7Robert MITCHELL
Chris DEAN8Billy WILSON
Ben HARRIS9Danny TURNER
Robert LAZARCZUK10Mark THOMAS
Arran FERGUS11Josh WATKINS
Subs
Steven JONES12Alex DALE
Jamie WRIGHT14Miles JONES
Jermaine GUMBS15Alan READ
Michael KINSELLA16
Matthew HOLLIDAY17


Substitutions
HTTurner (off)
Jones (on)
Sandhurst Town
HTArran Fergus (off)
Jamie Wright (on)
Windsor
53'Thomas (off)
Dale (on)
Sandhurst Town
55'Matthew Day (off)
Steve Jones (on)
Windsor
55'Ben Harris (off)
Jermaine Gumbs (on)
Windsor


Scorers
Fergus 20'
Harris 30'
Lazarczuk 31'
Harris 43' (p)
Lazarczuk 55'
Wright 71'
Watkins 86'
Watkins 89'


Bookings
23'Robert LazarczukWindsor
56'ShuttSandhurst Town
67'Jamie WrightWindsor
76'Tom MudgeWindsor
86'Josh BriantWindsor


Sendings Off

Windsor finally picked up their first win under Mick Woodham with a 6-2 victory over Sandhurst Town at Stag Meadow.

More new signings saw Oliver Brown in goal, Alex Bruce added to the defence and Sandhurst's Matthew Day in midfield.

Despite the emphatic result it was almost a disastrous start as a poor kick from Brown let in Danny Turner who managed to get round Brown who slipped only for his cross to elude Mark Thomas.

Moments later Ben Harris setup Arran Fergus to do the same to Mark Appleby at the other end only for David Shutt to get the ball clear.

Windsor took the lead on 20 minutes when Rob Lazarczuk found Harris who's attempted lob was saved only for the ball to fall at the feet of Fergus for an easy finish.

Harris doubled the lead 10 minutes later when he caught Gavin Branch in posession before slotting past Appleby.

Just a minute later and Windsor had effectively killed the game off when Josh Briant picked out Lazarczuk who rounded Appleby before slotting home.

Windsor's fourth, just before half time, came from the spot after Shutt sent Harris tumbling with Harris stepping up and converting the penlaty.

Harris should have completed a first half hat-trick when Windsor were awarded a second penalty on the stroke of half time when Gavin Branch handeld Harris' cross but this time the spot kick went wide of the post.

WIndsor continued to apply the pressure in the second half with substitute Jay Wright having his header from a Lazarczuk corner cleared off the line.

Number five was only just around the corner when Lazarczuk managed to bring down Brown's long ball in one touch before lifting the ball over the head of Appleby and into the net.

Wright added a sixth with 20 minutes to go when he managed to hold off Jasper Owens and Dave Richards to get onto the end of Brown's long ball and lob Appleby.

Sandhurst managed to pull a coule back in the closing moments, both through Josh Watkins.

Firstly he managed to get his head onto Miles Jones' free kick to send the ball in off the post.

His second came when the home defence failed to get the ball clear leaving Watkins to slot past Brown.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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