MICK Woodham is urging his Windsor FC side to continue building momentum after their excellent 3-0 victory at Camberley Town on Saturday, writes Richard Ashton.

It was a third Combined Counties League Premier Division win in four games and followed on from their impressive victory against Spelthorne Sports.

And Woodham believes the future looks positive. He told the Observer: “We’re a good side but football is all about momentum and we need to get some good results and points on the board going into Christmas.

“We have had good performances but the results have not gone our way. We’ve been in good form and building in the right direction so it’s nice to get a couple of wins.”

Speaking about the Camberley game, Woodham enthused: “It was a very good win and a very good 90-minute performance. We were good value and we were dominant all over the pitch.”

The visitors made a dream start when Nadir Shafi gave them the lead after just two minutes, Jamie Di Giuseppe providing the assist for Mick Woodham’s men.

Freddie Kelsey fired wide for Camberley as they looked to hit back, while Barry Dunbar was also off target at the other end.

Mark Corbett forced Windsor goalkeeper Hugo Sobte into a save midway through the first half, while Kieran Knight tested Dave Hill in the hosts’ goal.

The stopper was again in action as he thwarted Di Giuseppe, with Windsor going into the break 1-0 up after controlling the opening 45 minutes.

Camberley made a double change at the interval with Tommy McGarry replacing Kelsey and Emmanuel Quarshie on for Ryan Suckling, but they suffered a fatal blow when Carl Garstang was dismissed on 49 minutes.

Sobte had to be alert in order to deny Jamie Hoppitt shortly after, while Dunbar was also twice denied as the hour mark approached.

Knight was the next to be stopped by the impressive Hill, but the Windsor hitman eventually got the vital second goal when he netted on 73 minutes.

He was replaced soon after by Andrew Ingram as Camberley tried to rally, with Corbett again working Sobte, but Dunbar rounded off the scoring with his 50th goal for the club in the 86th minute.

Windsor continued to look comfortable for the remaining minutes , with the victory lifting them to 10th in the table.

Windsor are back in action at Stag Meadow this Saturday, with Abbey Rangers the visitors (3pm ko).

Woodham added: “They’re a good side and beat us at their place, but we’re more confident and the guys are starting to trust each other.”