Molesey 0 - 1 Windsor
Saturday 8th December 2012 at Walton Road
  • Lineups
  • Report
MoleseyWindsor
Wester YOUNG1Rob BULLIVANT
Andy GRAVES2Matthew DAY
Tom DILLOWAY3Alex BRUCE
Jordan MCCARTNEY4Chris ELLIS
Kristian WEBB5Dan HICKS
Joe PRATLEY-JONES6Josh PARKER
Tom WINDSOR7George GOULD
Dean THOMAS8Jason SHEEHAN
Arnold TAWONEZVI9Jordan DOWDICAN
Lewis ACKMAN10Robert LAZARCZUK
Nick WHITE11Jamie WRIGHT
Subs
Manny QUARSHIE12Ross CRAWFORD
Sam LAMPARD14Josh BRIANT
Luke BRADNICK15Jordan IVE
Joe GRANT16Miles JONES
Matt KNIGHT17


Substitutions
68'George Gould (off)
MileSteve Jones (on)
Windsor
73'White (off)
Lampard (on)
Molesey
80'Jason Sheehan (off)
Ross Crawford (on)
Windsor
85'Greaves (off)
Grant (on)
Molesey
85'Ackman (off)
Quarshie (on)
Molesey


Scorers
Parker 23'


Bookings
74'Josh ParkerWindsor
87'Pratley-JonesMolesey
90+3'Dan HicksWindsor


Sendings Off

Windsor FC continued their road to stability with a hard fought 1-0 win away at Molesey.

Having dispatched Ash United earlier in the week Mick Woodham's men were looking to make it 2 in a row against high flying Molesey.

It was the home side that had the better of the opening exchanges in a match of few chances.

Nick White flashed a header across goal from a Tom Dilloway cross and moments later Rob Bullivant did well to get down to Joe Pratley-Jones free kick.

Despite being on the back foot it was Windsor who took the lead with the only goal of the game.

Robert Lazarczuk picked out Josh Parker who had time to compose himself before hitting a effort from 25 yards past Wester Young and into the bottom corner.

Bullivant was on form to keep his side ahead denying White and then tipping Arnold Tawonezvi's header from a Jordan McCartney free kick over the bar.

The second half saw Molesey continue to press and having been denied in the first half White tried his luck again, this time from 30 yards but Bullivant managed to tip the all over the bar.

Moments later Tawonezvi sent the ball over the bar from close range via Dilloway's low cross.

Changes from both sides failed the alter the score as Windsor held on for a hard fought win.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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