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Windsor 0-3 Slough

Windsor 0-3 Slough
by Nathan/Ted on 26/12/2005

A brace from Ian Hodges and an own goal from Jamie Jarvis saw Slough on their way to a second straight away win.

Windsor & Eton

Slough Town



. Ian Hodges
Jamie Jarvis OG
Ian Hodges (pen)
Ryman League Premier Division
Stag Meadow
Monday 26th December 2005
The Report
Not a classic game, but Slough made it four wins out of the last four against Windsor as they cruised to victory over their struggling landlords.

Slough dominated from the start, and the first real event of the game was Ian Hodges being elbowed in the face by a defender, but the referee deemed him to have dived and  booked him after several minutes of treatment.

Goals from Ian Hodges following a Gareth McCleary cross into the area which Tilbury failed to clear, and just before half time a headed own goal from Jamie Jarvis provided the highlights of an otherwise dull first half which Slough controlled but rarely capitalised on.

Slough scored a third goal soon into the second half after Windsor defender Ralf Little gave away a unnecessary penalty after he tripped up Josias Carbon in the area. Ian Hodges tucked away the following spot kick and the game was effectively over as a contest.

From then on the Rebels seemed content to sit back and soak up non-existent Windsor pressure, but Windsor only seriously troubled the Slough defence once, as Lee Charles’ looping header was cleared off the line by Steve Daly. It was easy to see why Windsor are second from bottom as for all their possession, they created little else. Slough did look dangerous on the break where they were unlucky not to increase the score with some fine sweeping counters, but these were infrequent. Funny old game---the best moves didn't result in goals, but 3 sloppy Windsor mistakes did.

The game drifted out into a comfortable win for a Slough side that didn’t need to pull out of second gear. An important plus for Slough was a clean sheet, the second in a row. This hopefully indicates that the defence has sorted out the problems that have too frequently gifted the opposition earlier in the season.

If we play well in the corresponding Easter fixture, then combined with home advantage, we should give them a right pounding.

The Teams

Windsor & Eton

Slough Town

1. Keiron Drake
2. Justin Skinner (16)
3. Dave Tilbury
4. Ralf Little (12)
5. Jamie Jarvis
6. Paul Coyne
7. Paul holsgrove
8. Jon Case
9. Lee Charles
10. James Edgerly (15)
11. Adam Wallace
1. Clark Masters
2. Josias Carbon (12)
3. Andrew Ballard
4. Steve Daly
5. Mark Avery
6. Leon Woodruffe
7. Darron Wilkinson
8. Leigh Mason (14)
9. Ian Hodges
10. Gareth McCleary
11. Aaron Steele
Subs Subs
12. Peter Holsgrove (4)
14. Dave Carroll
15. Spencer Walsh (10)
16. Tim Cahill (2)
17. none
12. Glen Harris (2)
14. Michael Alexis (8)
15. Josh Miller
16. Mark West
17. Ian Lovegrove
Manager Dave Carroll Manager Eddie Denton

Attendance: 609

Match Officials

Referee S. J. Phipps
Assistant Referee A. J. Roberts
Assistant Referee G. J. Collins

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