WINDSOR boss Mick Woodham has labelled the 2-1 win at Walton & Hersham on Easter Monday as one of the best away performances of the season.

Riccardo Cannon's first-half effort and Barry Dunbar's 89th minute winner mean Windsor are the first team in the league this season to win at The Sports Ground.

"It was right up there with some of the best away performances of the season, particularly with what we went into the game with, and their home record," a delighted Woodham told the Observer.

"We were determined to do something about it (the record), took a gameplan into the match and played extremely well.

"They don't concede many goals and we got a goal from a set piece, but could not hang on to the lead for too long. But, we ground it out and found a way to win.

"I'm very pleased with all the boys involved and it takes us into this Saturday nicely. The kids learnt a lot and were very good in possession.

"You've got to be pleased when you look at our midfield, all four of them were teenagers. To go against a strong and very experienced side with their home record, speaks volumes for our efforts at this stage of the season."

He continued: "This season has definitely been successful. The kids have come along and done a job when they have stepped in, and the more experienced players have not let us down."

Windsor, now 11th in the Combined Counties Premier Division table, bring the curtain down on their season with a visit to Stag Meadow from Camberley Town today (3pm). Entry into the ground is free.

Woodham said: "Camberley will look to avenge their defeat to us earlier in the season (3-0) their is no reason why we can't go into the game feeling confident. It's just about what we do on the day."

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