Windsor 3 - 0 Chessington & Hook Utd
Saturday 17th September 2011 at Stag Meadow
  • Lineups
  • Report
WindsorChessington & Hook Utd
Rob BULLIVANT1Mark DANIELS
Kyle ANTHONY2Steve LANG
Ryan PARSONS3Matt ELLIS
Fergus MOORE4Luke FONTANA
Chris ELLIS5Jorden OLDERSHAW
Ryan ASHE6Andrew HEATH
Joe HATCHER7Kyle GREEN
Joe CHANDIRAM8Barry GOODEN
Craig BARTLETT9Malik BUARI
Ryan O'TOOLE10Nicky WHITE
Ben HUDDELL11Jimmy BRAZIL
Subs
Dapo ABITOGUN12Tyrone ROBERTS
Ben PORTER14Reece JACKSON
Brandon BLAIR15Adam CHANDLER
Yashwa ROMEO16
Mark BANFRY17Ashley SMITH


Substitutions
HTCraig Bartlett (off)
Ben Porter (on)
Windsor
73'Heath (off)
Roberts (on)
Chessington & Hook Utd
75'Joe Hatcher (off)
Yashwa Romeo (on)
Windsor
75'Green (off)
Jackson (on)
Chessington & Hook Utd
85'Fergus Moore (off)
Dapo Abitogun (on)
Windsor
85'Lang (off)
Chandler(on)
Chessington & Hook Utd


Scorers
O'Toole 5'
Hudell 24'
Porter 60'


Bookings


Sendings Off

Windsor continued their run of good form with their second 3-0 win in as many games this time against Chessington & Hook Utd.

Chessington, who have shipped 16 goals in their previous 2 league games, were soon in trouble as Windsor took an early lead.

It was a case of the three Ryan's for Windsor's opener when Ryan Parsons long ball found an unmarked Ryan Ashe who's simple lay off set up Ryan O'Toole for an easy finish.

Parsons was again on hand to set up the second when his free kick found the head of Fergus Moore seting up Bed Hudell at the far post to fire past Mark Daniels.

Chessington were fortunate that the lead wasn't extended further on the stroke of half time when Moore was unlucky to head Chris Ellis' long throw just wide of the post.

Chessington barely had a chance on goal and their best effort came shortly after half time when Barry Godden struck from just outside the area forcing Rob Bullivant to push the ball over the bar.

From the resulting corner Jrden Oldersdhaw headed just wide of the post.

O'Toole continued to trouble the visiting defence and was denied adding a third when Oldershaw pulled of a double block before the lead was finally extended.

Ben Hudell, who would later be named as Man of the Match, managed to stroll through the defence but his shot was parried to the edge of the area by Mark Daniels where Ben Porter was able t fire in.

O'Toole raced though again and hit the post, Ashe hadan effort well saved from the edge of the area and Porter had a header cleared off the line as Windsor continued to pressure Chessington but failed to add to the score.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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