Saturday 5th January 2013
Windsor returned from their enforced three week break with a 5-2 win at home to Dorking.
With almost all football being wiped out since mid-December Windsor showed no signs of rustiness and started brightly.
Matt Day managed to get the ball across goal where Robert Lazarczuk shot wide but almost saw the ball turned in by Ben Harris.
Dorking's Sam Charles was then denied by Rob Bullivant when his close range effort was well saved.
Windsor broek the deadlock after just 12 minutes when Lazarczuk slipped the ball through to Harris who bore down on goal before slotting past Kieran Campbell.
Day should have doubled the lead when he was played in by Miles Jones but the winger's effort went just wide of the post.
Dorking pulled level mid-way through the half when the Windsor defence failed to clear a free kick which allowed Aaron Cole-Bolt to cross and set up Tommy Harper to head in.
It took only a couple of minutes for Windsor to regain the lead when Lazarczuk's corner was too hot for Campbell to handle and he punched the ball into his own net.
Lazarczuk almost added a third when he struck from 20 yards only for the ball to graze the bar.
The start to the second half was even better for the hosts as they extended their lead when Lazarczuk and Harris teamed up again, this time Harris got on the end of a free kick to head past Campbell.
A fourth followed soon after when Day burst down the right and picked out Jay Wright who slotted in off the post.
Dorking got a second when Windsor again failed to clear the ball setting up Luke Hackett to head in.
Windsor saved the best until last when Dorking struggled to get the ball clear from a corner and when it eventually fell to Chris Ellis 25 yards out he fired past Campbell.
Wright saw another long range effort tipped over the bar and from the resulting corner Luke Dexter headed against the bar.
Windsor continued to press and despite changes from both sides there was no further change to the score.