WINDSOR head coach Anthony Andrews insists his side will take a lot of confidence into what could be a season-defining fortnight for the club in Southern Counties North.

Windsor made it eight wins on the spin with a 32-3 victory against Aylesbury at Home Park on Saturday to leave them in third position in the league table.

Todd Skevington bagged two tries with George Jupp, Ben Grant-Adamson, Matt Balmer and Aaron McGroarty all also touching down, while Jack Gaylor booted one conversion.

Andrews will take his side to second-placed Beaconsfield this Saturday (2.15pm), before a visit from top of the table Buckingham on February 3.

He told the Observer: “We’ve got a tough couple of weeks coming up but we will go into it with a lot of confidence.

“Beaconsfield are on a good run of results as well, but we will play a good game and see where it takes us.

“We’ve put ourselves in a really good position to test Beaconsfield but, in terms of the league, they’re in a good place because of their form.

“We had a really close game at our place earlier on in the season (29-27 defeat in October) and I anticipate a close match again.

“It’s one of those games that could go either way but hopefully we’ve put ourselves in a good position to reverse that result.

“It would be brilliant to win but confidence is already pretty high after the run we’ve had. We’ve not lost since October 21 and won our last eight games in a row.

“Our confidence is going strong and we’re looking forward to really challenging ourselves. We will concentrate on what we do and hope to keep the winning run going.”

Looking back on the win against Aylesbury on Saturday, Andrews said: “It was really positive. We played some really good stuff considering the conditions were wet and damp.

“We played some good rugby and what was most pleasing was what we worked on defensively. We were really solid and only conceded one penalty.

“We were patient in terms of breaking them down. It was pretty close in the first half, but we broke them down in the second to score points and put a gloss on the victory.

“Some players made their first start for the first team and done very well, so our strength in depth looks good.”

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