Tuesday 4th December 2012
Rob Lazarczuk struck 4 times as Windsor ran out 7-1 winners away at Ash United.
Having surrendered 2 goal lead at the weekend against Guernsey, Windsor were looking to get back to winning ways.
With just 4 minutes on the clock Windsor took the lead when Josh Parker's free kick was only cleared as far as Rob Lazarczuk on the edge of the box and he hit low past John Brewley.
Moments later Parker doubled the lead when he ran unchallenged from his own half before unleashing a shot from 25 yards into the top corner.
The lead could have been further extended if Lazarczuk had managed to keep his effort from a Parker free kick below the bar.
Ash showed glimpses of being able to get into the game but there only real chance came mid-way through the half when Jimmy Norman struck from the edge of the area forcing Rob Bullivant to tip over the bar.
Windsor turned up the pressure and really should have put the game beyond the reach of their hosts when two chances for Jamie Wright but went the wrong side of the post.
The lead was finally extended on the half hour when George Gould found Lazarczuk who lifted the ball over the defender and then Brewley for Windsor's third.
The fourth followed soon after when a handball earned Windsor a penalty which Lazarczuk made no mistake with to complete his hat-trick.
If the match wasn't already over it was moments before half time when Kane Jones got on the end of Gould's cross to turn in his first senior club goal.
Ash came out for the second half and seemed to step up a gear and even managed to pull a goal back.
Windsor got caught waiting for a flag that never appeared and that allowed Karl Dallaway to bear down on Bullivant who saved the initial effort and the follow up was blocked by Ross Crawford before Dallaway finally put the ball in.
The five goal cushion was soon restored when Wright turned in Lazarczuk's free kick and the seventh was added Lazarczuk with another strike from outside the box.
Lazarczuk should have grabbed his fifth at the death when he was clean through but bent his effort wide of the post.