Saturday 10th March 2012
Three second half goals after trailing at the break saw Windsor seal a a 3-1 win away at Banstead Athletic.
Every game is vital for Windsor if they are to push the title race all the way and another three points has helped keep the pressure on.
Only 6 players remained from the Banstead squad when the sides met earlier in the season where Windsor notched 11 without reply.
On the first half display it was hard to see how Windsor had managed to win by such a large margin as Banstead took the game to their guests.
Only a couple of minutes into the match and Banstead were already looking dangerous as Billy Marshall struck from the edge of the area forcing Rob Bullivant to tipped the ball onto the bar.
Moments later and they struck the frame of the goal again when Jordan Cheadle's free kick came crashing off Bullivant's post.
A coming together between Dave Tilbury and Billy Marshall saw the temperature rise as the Banstead front man was left on the deck with a split lip.
Marshall got an element of pay back moments later when he managed to turn in Tony Cuff's corner to give the hosts the lead.
The second half saw a much improved Windsor side who should have been level soon after the restart.
Joe Chandiram's cross found the head of Michael Chennells but he was unable to squeeze the ball past Colin Harris.
Chandiram then came close himself when his free kick crashed against the post and Ben porter sent the rebound wide.
They did eventually draw level when Ryan Ashe looped the ball towards the far post where Chennells was on hand to head past Harris.
Windsor continued to push and in the final stages of the match finally got themselves ahead when Ryan O'Toole found Jake Parsons on the edge of the area and he passed the ball past Harris.
The points were secured in controversial circumstances when Chandiram found Rob Lazarczuk, who was clearly off-side, and after running the ball into the box picked out O'Toole for an easy finish.