Windsor 1 - 5 South Park
Saturday 3rd November 2012 at Stag Meadow
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WindsorSouth Park
Oliver BROWN1James WASTELL
Dan HICKS2JErry O'SULLIVAN
Alex BRUCE3Justin DAVID
Chris ELLIS4Nathan MILES
Tom MUDGE5Steve WILSON
Luke DEXTER6Dale BURGESS
Jon JEBBISON7David SMITH
Josh BRIANT8Michael SMITH
Jermaine GUMBS9Keiran LAVERY
Robert LAZARCZUK10Alec BROWN
Arran FERGUS11George SMITH
Subs
George GOULD12Chris SMITH
Steven JONES14Jack STAFFORD
Kane JONES15Jack HIGGINS
Michael KINSELLA16Matt WARD
Matthew HOLLIDAY17


Substitutions
58'G Smith (off)
C Smith (on)
South Park
65'Jon Jebbison (off)
Steve Jones (on)
Windsor
68'Arran Fergus (off)
Kane Jones (on)
Windsor
77'D Smith (off)
Stafford (on)
South Park
77'Chris Ellis (off)
Michael Kinsella (on)
Windsor
84'Burgess (off)
Ward (on)
South Park


Scorers
Wilson OG 18'Brown 8'
Lavery 49'
C Smith 66'
Stafford 78'
C Smith 81'


Bookings
26'M SmithSouth Park
45'O'SullivanSouth Park


Sendings Off

Windsor failed to build on their two straight wins going down 1-5 at home against South Park.

It was an emotional day for supporters who said goodbye to one of their own following the passing of Brian Harrison earlier in the week.

Park started brightly and almost took the lead after 3 minutes when George Smith lobbed Oliver Brown only for the ball to land on the roof of the net.

Alec Brown had better success when he did the same with the ball this time ending up in the net to give Park the lead.

The lead lasted only 10 minutes as Nathan Wilson headed into his own net from a Chris Ellis throw as Windsor started to get into the game.

Windsor kept pressing upto half time and a fine save from James Wastell to deny Aaron Fergus and then Dale Burgess clearing Dan Hicks' header off the line kept the score level.

All of Windsor's hard work was undone in the opening minutes of the second half when Kieran Lavery turned in David Smith's cross.

Substitute Chris Smith then added a third via Jerry O'Sullivan's low cross before Jack Stafford got the fourth when he was gifted the ball by Alex Bruce.

Park rounded things off when Chris Smith was again allowed through to fire past Oliver Brown to deny Windsor a third win in a row.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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