Tuesday 25th November 2014
Windsor proved that they do have what it takes to get results against the title contenders with a 3-2 win away at Ashford Town (Mddx).
Having seen the points snatched away from them at the weekend, Windsor manager Mick Woodham was keen to see his charges pick themselves up and get back on track.
It wasn't the greatest start for the visitors as after only 7 minutes Sahad Kazi got through but his shot was parried by Justin Courtnage with the ball falling nicely for Dan Flemming to slot home.
Adam Kirby had a great chance to hit back straight away when he headed Kyle Lucas' corner into the ground and just wide of the post.
The home side doubled their lead on 25 minutes when the Windsor defence again failed to get the ball clear allowing Elliott Jones to strike under Courtnage for Ashford's second.
Going in at half time and no-one would have argued that Ashford should have gone on and won the game easily but the half time talk from Woodham must have done something to get the players going as they got straight at Ashford.
Within 5 minutes of the restart they had pulled a goal back when Lucas swung in another corner which Kirby headed back across goal form Jeff Brown to stab in.
Minutes later and the scores were level when Chris Ellis picked out Robert Lazarczuk with a low cross to finish under pressure.
Kirby thought he had finally put Windsor ahead when he headed in from a corner only for he referee to disallow the goal.
Windsor applied the killer blow as the clock reached 90 minutes when Lucas' through ball was flicked on by Lazarczuk putting Barry Dunbar through who calmly slotted the ball past Tyler Tobin.