Saturday 26th April 2014
Windsor FC signed off their home season with a 5-3 win over Mole Valley SCR.
The match had barely got started when Windsor took the lead through Kane Jones who headed in Matt Day's cross after only 45 seconds.
Jones should have doubled the lead moments later when he had two opportunities to put the ball in the net.
Mole Valley almost hit back when Mike Burton headed Richie Smith's cross onto the bar.
Valley's job was made even harder when Joe Goodman was given his marching orders following a headbutt on Robert Lazarczuk.
Windsor immediately took advantage of the extra man and doubled the lead when Aaron Minhas threaded the ball through to Kyle Lucas to slot past Gavin Dilley.
Dilley was then brought down Jones to concede a penalty which, fortunately for him, Robert Lazarczuk put over the bar.
On the stroke of half time Valley did pull a goal back when a long ball from Mark Toomey found Burton who ran through to beat Carl Dennison.
Windsor started the second half as they did the first with a quick goal.
Lucas' corner seemed to miss everyone until Kyle Jeffrey popped up at the far post to poke the ball into the net.
Dilley managed to keep Jones at bay but when faced with a Lucas free kick he could do nothing to prevent Windsor adding a fourth.
As the match entered the final 10 minutes Harry Smart decided to mount a one man fight back with two quick goals.
His first will be subject of much debate as to whether he meant to float the ball from just inside the Windsor half, over Dennison's head and into the top corner or was he just trying to get the ball in the box?.
His second was a little more conventional when he managed to get his head to a corner.
Valley looked as though they may just snatch a valuable point until Robert Lazarczuk picked out Jones who ran through to knock the ball past Dilley to secure the points.