Saturday 20th December 2014
Windsor slumped to their fifth defeat of the season going down 3-0 against fellow promotion rivals Molesey.
The match saw a welcomed return for Carl Dennison who had been misisng for 3 months following an ankle injury picked up in September.
Windsor never really got going with their normal slick passing failing to materialise throughout the match.
Just 7 minutes gone and the visitors took the lead when Craig Lewington's free kick was headed down by Jason Sheehan leaving Staf Palmer with an easy finish.
Mid-way through the half and Molesey were denied the opportunity to double their lead when Kyle Jeffrey appeared to push Palmer over in the box but no penalty was given.
Molesey were lucky not to be a man down in the later stages of the half when Dan Molloy ran across Joe Pratley-Jones sending him tumbling. The Molesey full-back then got up and proceeded to try an head butt Molloy earning him a caution.
Dennison then denied Matt Baxter when he got clean through as Windsor started to try and get themselves back into the game but it was already too litlle too late.
On the hour Palmer grabbed his second when he was brought down by Dennison earning a penalty which he calmly slotted past the returning keeper.
As the match drew to a close Palmer capped off the afternoon by completing his hat-trick when the ball fell kindly for him to slot past Dennison.