WINDSOR have had their losing streak extended to four matches in all competitions after defeats against AFC Hayes and Sutton Common Rovers last week.

The Stag Meadow-based club lost 2-1 to Hayes on Saturday and were then beaten 3-1 at Sutton on Monday evening, leaving them 14th in the Combined Counties Premier Division table.

Windsor fell behind inside three minutes last weekend as Mohammed Ahmadi turned on the ball inside the box and shot low past Hugo Sobte into the net.

The home team grew into the game and George Gould was unfortunate not to level when his header from a Sobte free-kick came back off the crossbar.

Hayes then punished Windsor for failing to convert their chances and added to the lead on 40 minutes.

Sekani McCalmon broke down the left and crossed low to the back post where Rhys Rabess fired into the roof of the net.

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PHOTO: Barry Dunbar scored in the 2-1 defeat to AFC Hayes on Saturday.

Windsor pulled a goal back in the 53rd minute as Barry Dunbar turned in a right-wing cross from close range.

Dunbar could have rescued a point for the hosts in the dying seconds as he beat Cameron Kennedy to the ball and poked towards goal, but a recovering defender was able to clear off the line.

Windsor boss Mick Woodham told the Observer: “We were two goals down at half-time when I felt we didn’t do a lot wrong in the first half .

“We conceded early, which is never helpful, but from that stage onwards we put pressure on their keeper and asked questions inside their box, but didn’t get anything out of it.

“It looked like Hayes had three or four chances in the first half and got two goals. That’s disappointing but it’s where we are at the moment. It’s nothing new.

“We’ve then got to respond in a manner like we did last Tuesday and we got an early goal, a decent move actually and a good bit of football, got us back into it but we could not get anything out of it.

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PHOTO: Robert Lazarczuk scored in the 3-1 defeat at Sutton Common Rovers on Monday.

“I felt right at the death Barry was going to get on the end of something. However, to compound that, he has now injured himself. So the end of the game was not what we wanted, or the outcome of the game.

“There is no excuses, we’ve just got to take it on the chin and front these things up. The more we do it together the happier we will be.”

He added: “While their keeper had a busy 35 minutes in the first half we did not get the ball past him and that’s where we are at the moment. I can’t criticise the boys for not creating.”

Windsor broke the deadlock at Sutton inside five minutes via Robert Lazarczuk, who saw his penalty saved by Craig Bradshaw seconds earlier.

The visitors held the lead until the start of the second half when Matt Auletta scored in the 48th minute.

Auletta doubled his own tally for the match to put Sutton in front on the hour mark, before Michael Campbell secured all three points for Sutton with a goal in the fifth minute of time added on.

Windsor are away to promotion-chasing Hanworth Villa this Saturday (3pm).