Saturday 19th January 2019
Kicking up the slope in the first half Windsor struggled to impose themselves on Ardley and were thankful for a late Kieran Knight equaliser.
Starting slowly and allowing the home side to dictate the pace of the game it took just 10 minutes for Gillet to open the scoring, slotting home a penalty after George Gould had tripped Bryan.
The troublesome Gillet had half chances soon after and it wasn't until the 30 minute mark that Windsor mustered an effort. Lazarczuk dragging his left foot shot wide.
Windsor saw out the first half and would have been thankful for the half time whistle.
The expected upturn in intensity didn't materialise immediately and Mick Woodham didn't hesitate in changing personnel and introduced Jack Hall.
Hall's first contribution a brilliant cross for Dan Roberts who's header was glanced wide.
Moments later a another Hall cross was met by Kieran Knight, his towering header brilliantly saved by the home keeper.
The introduction of Kane Fitzgerald added some energy and his mazey run ended in a shot dragged wide.
Barry Hayles came on with 10 mMinutes of normal time remaining and his first touch saw an effort from 8 yards cleared off the line.
By this time Windsor had most of the possession but were susceptible to home side breaks. Hugo Sobte saved from point blank range with 4 minutes remaining.
The equaliser came from a Lazarczuk assist. His long throw header powerfully into the far corner by Kieran Knight.
Within 90 seconds Knight had smashed his second, a back post effort from a Gould cross. Unfortunately the linesman ruled Knight offside and the goal disallowed.
The final effort of the game fell to Barry Hayles who over played from six yards with the goal at his mercy.
With two league matches due in the next seven days there will be an opportunity for Windsor to muster some momentum.