Windsor 1 - 3 Camberley Town
Thursday 16th May 2013 at The Orchard
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WindsorCamberley Town
Anton MUKHIN1Jordan WESTBROOK
Max KINSLER2Scott DAVIES
Brandon BLAIR3Luke HOLMES
Ryan GIBBS4Glen WOODHATCH
Matthew MOUNCEY5Sam HUTCHINGS
Diogo DINIS6Ben HOLMES
Kane FITZGERALD7Lewis BLACK
Mustapha MOHAMMED8George GEOGHAN
Joshua DILLON9Maurice BLACK
Kane JONES10Jacob SMITH
Luke THEOBALDS11Daniel SPURR
Subs
George BOWLES12Aaron WOODGER
Chris BERNARD14James FLYNN
Eddie LAZARCZUK15Josh FRANCIS
George COULTON16Jack FOSTER
Stuart MOGRIDGE17Sam SLATER


Substitutions
63'Woodhatch (off)
Flynn (on)
Camberley Town
64'Dillon (off)
Lazarczuk (on)
Windsor
71'Dinis (off)
Bernard (on)
Windsor
90+10'Blair (off)
Coulton (on)
Windsor
90+15'L Holmes (off)
Woodger (on)
Camberley Town
90+21'M Black (off)
Foster (on)
Camberley Town


Scorers
Theoalds 54'L Black 16'
L Black 56'
Geoghan 90+13'


Bookings
43'FitzgeraldWindsor
50'HutchingsCamberley Town
51'BlairWindsor
52'JonesWindsor
65'M BlackCamberley Town
70'SpurrCamberley Town
71'LazarczukWindsor


Sendings Off
90+22'SpurrCamberley Town
90+22'GibbsWindsor

Windsor FC's U18's suffered a loss in their first ever cup final losing 1-3 against Camberley Town in the Grant McLeland youth Cup Final.

Camberley got the scoring underway through Lewis Black who was left unmarked at the far post for an easy finish.

They had a glden opportunity to double their lead late in the first half when Max Kinsler sent Daniel Spurr tumbling in the box to earn a penalty.

Maurice Black stepped up to take the spot kick but was unable to find a way past Anton Murkin to keep the score at 1-0.

Windsor managed to pull level early in the second half when Kane Jones slipped the ball through to Luke Theobalds who finished low past Jordan Westbrook.

Camberley were back infrnt minutes later when Lewis Black hit his second of the evening before the evening took a dramatc turn.

Brandon Blair fell to the floor as Camberley were lining up to take a corner. After attentin from both sets of benches Blair was eventually taken off to hspital by ambulance resulting in a 30 minute delay.

When the match finally resumed it wasn't long before Camberley made sure of the result when George Geoghan was gifted an opportunity to beat Murkin which he duly did.

There was one final piece of drama befre the final whistle when Spurr's challenge on Ryan Gibbs resulted in a scuffle between both players and a red card fr each.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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