10:30AM, Friday 21 May 2021
Old Windsor in action earlier this season. Photo by Andrew Batt.
Old Windsor extended their unbeaten run in the East Berkshire League Premier Division to five matches after a 3-2 win against KS Gryf on Saturday.
The defending champions were beaten at Slough Heating Laurencians A on the opening day of the season but have since improved to record three wins and two draws.
The goals came from Paul Munro, Ben Wilson and Brad Farren, plus a man-of-the-match performance by Rory Campbell.
The win moves Old Windsor up one place to second in the table and they could cut the gap on league leaders Britwell to two points with a victory at home to Slough Heating Laurencians A this Saturday (2pm).
Iver Heath continue to hold a clear lead over the chasing pack in Division One following their 2-1 success against third-placed Stoke Poges Saints. It was a very competitive top-of-the-table clash between two well-matched sides that both created plenty of chances. Stoke Poges deserved a point but a missed penalty in the first half proved costly.
Townmead did the table toppers a favour when recovering from falling a goal behind to thrash Old Windsor Reserves 6-2. A poor second half display cost the visitors after being ahead at the break. Both Lewis Hewitt and Micky Williams found the back of the net for the losing side, with a star performance from Darragh Raymond the positive note.
Old Windsor were quick to put that defeat behind them when winning 4-0 at Stoke Poges on Wednesday evening, leapfrogging them to second place in the table.
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