Monday 9th April 2012
Windsor's undefeated run stretched to 10 games with a 3-1 victory over Egham Town but doesn't seem to be enough to prevent Guildford City from winning the league.
Despite the win Guildford managed to beat Dorking 5-0 and now only need 3 more points to wrap up title.
It was a steady start for both sides with Windsor making the better of the opening exchanges.
Ryan O'Toole almost gave the visitors the lead after 15 minutes when he collected Michael Chennells cross only for Alex Rodrigues to block on the line.
Yashwa Romeo then forced Paul Borg to tip the ball over the bar when he got his head to Jake Parsons free kick.
From the resulting Joe Chandiram corner Windsor finally took the lead when Kyle Anthony rose highest to head past Borg.
The lead was soon doubled when O'Toole's cross looped over Borg and his defence to give Chennells an easy header into an empty net.
The second half started slowly just like the first and it wasn't until the 70th minute that Egham pulled a goal back.
Chris Ellis clipped Jamie Houghton in the area earning a penalty which Dale Marvell slotted past Rob Bullivant.
Windsor soon hit back to restore their two goal cushion and after seeing O'Toole hit the post they then hit the back of the net.
Chandiram swung in another corner and this time found the head of Ellis and despite Dan Hartlebury handling on the line the all went in sparing the Egham defender a certain red card.
O'Toole almost added a fourth in the closing minutes when he was first denied by Borg and then again by Rodrigues off the line.