Windsor 1 - 1 Burnham
Saturday 25th July 2015 at Stag Meadow
  • Lineups
  • Report
Windsor - Burnham
Carl DENNISON1Zaki OULAH
Owen RICHARDSON2Marcus JOHNSON-SCHUSTER
James QUINN3Johnny GREY
Lewis LEONETTI4Lewis FOGARTY
Adam KIRBY5Callum WHITTY
Chris DEAN6Justin CLAYTON
Kane JONES7Georgis UHUI
Ian GOSLING8Ashleigh JAMES
Adam TURNER9Ed CHAPPE
Jason SHEEHAN10Carl DAVIES
Stanley MUGISHA11Dominic ROHLE
Subs
Jake JENKINS12Kensley MALONEY
Wayne HARVEY14Em KADI
Barry DUNBAR15Shaun DOWNES
Jordan DOWDICAN16Tory RAYMOND
Eddie LAZARCZUK17Haydon CLACK
Ramon LALLI18Adam GOLDIE
Amin KHOMSI19Aidy FORISKY
Harry BUTLER20
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Substitutions
35'Kane Jones (off)
Jordan Dowdican (on)
Windsor
38'Clack (on)
(Player allowed on due to dismiss
Burnham
53'James Quinn (off)
Amin Khomsi (on)
Windsor
54'Clayton (off)
Kadi (on)
Burnham
57'Adam Turner (off)
Wayne Harvey (on)
Windsor
58'Chappe (off)
Raymond (on)
Burnham
58'Uhui (off)
Maloney (on)
Burnham
76'Jordan Dowdican (off)
Barry Dunbar (on)
Windsor
76'Stanley Mugisha (off)
Eddie Lazarczuk (on)
Windsor
83'Adam Kirby (off)
Jake Jenkins (on)
Windsor


Scorers
Turner 17'James 16'


Bookings
32'Kane JonesWindsor


Sendings Off
32'RohleBurnham

Windsor picked up a credible draw in their final pre-season match holding Southern League Division 1 South & West side Burnham to a 1-1 draw.

Windsor started well but it was the visitors that took the lead.

Ashleigh James managed to make space in the box and was picked out for an easy finish.

Windsor hit back immediately when Chris Dean found Kane Jones who's attepmted lob was initially saved before Adam Turner bundled the ball over the line.

Stanley Mugisha then got through and lifted the ball over Zaki Oulah before being denied by a headed clearance on the line.

Burnham were then reduced to 10 men when Dominic Rohle was dismissed for an altercation with Jones, who also picked up a caution.

Following a discussion between the managers Windsor allowed BUrnham to introduce Haydon Clack to make up the numbers.

Mugisha shot just wide of the post as the half ended along with all the notable action.

Numerous changes from both sides did nothing to add to the game with the only remaining chance of the match falling for Barry Dunbar who dragged the ball just wide of the post.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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