Tuesday 20th September 2011
Windsor had to settle for a disappointing draw when they were held 1-1 by Ash United.
Despite a strong start Windsor failed to fin the killer tounch as both sides struggled with a less than flat pitch.
It was due to the pitch that Windsor got their first chance as the home defence couldn't control the ball allowing Ben Porter to set up Joe Chandiram, but his effort was well saved by Danny Gowler.
Yashwa Romeo was next to come close for the visitors when he got on the end of Ryan Parsons long ball only for him to lob both keeper and bar.
Windsor's inform marksman Ryan O'Toole was also frustrated by Gowler as both sides had to settle for a goalless opening 45 minutes.
Windsor continued to press in the second half and were unfortunate not to take the lead when a goalmouth scramble ended with a effort from Ryan Ashe being easily saved by Gowler.
They finally got the lead they deserved when Alan Hanning handled Ben Hudell's cross earning Windsor a penalty that O'Toole struck past Gowler.
Half chances came and went for both sides and as the match entered the final ten minutes Ash grabbed an equaliser.
Charles Dukes free kick on the half way line made its way into the Windsor area unchallenged allowing Karl Dallaway to head past Rob Bullivant.