MICK WOODHAM believes that Windsor have finished the season as he expected, with a 1-0 victory against Camberley Town at Stag Meadow on Saturday.

Denzel Bonnila-Hurtado scored the only goal of the game after 80 minutes as Windsor rewarded a bumper crowd of 382 with three points.

“I was very pleased with the three points, a clean sheet and a home win, so all-round it was a very good day,” the Windsor boss told the Observer. “There was a good crowd and a lot going on so it was a very good day for the club.

“On the pitch is pretty much what I’m interested in and we did what we had to do to win the game and I can’t ask for much more.

“Midway through the first half we had to change our shape which was fine, we anticipated that, so we put it into practice and then warmed into the game.

“We didn’t start the game well but we warmed into the second period of the first half and half-time probably came too early for us. I thought we were just getting ahead of steam.

“Then it was a case of committing to the game and shape, and can we win the match. The boys got the goal and could have had another one so I’m really pleased.

“We’ve taken six points from Camberley this season with no goals conceded so I’m delighted.

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PHOTO: Barry Dunbar was Windsor's main goal threat before being forced off with injury.

“The crowd was very good and it was a very good day, but it’s about what the boys do on the pitch, everything else will take care of itself and on Saturday, everyone left watching a half-decent game of football.

"The sun was out, the pitch was good and we got the win, so we’ve finished the season as we expected really.”

The first half was hardly full of clear cut chances and the few that did come mainly went the way of the hosts.

Windsor’s best chance fell to Barry Dunbar who found himself in space only for his effort to come back off the post.

Midfielder Keaton August was then bundled over inside the box but no penalty awarded.

The second half was not really different from the first in regard to the lack of chances.

Windsor lost their main goal threat in Dunbar with a gash to the head with 15 minutes to go, but it was his replacement that would eventually settle the match.

August managed to get down the left and, when is cross was flicked on by Andrew Ingram, Bonilla-Hurtado was on hand to head the ball past Stuart Norman.

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PHOTO: Windsor (red) star Gus Bowles plays the ball in the final third of the pitch on Saturday.

“April has been very good to us,” Woodham said. “We’ve played six, won four, drawn one and lost one.

“The one we lost was against Hartley Wintney so we have had it tough in terms of fixtures but we’ve come through it.

“Does it disappoint us that we couldn’t do it in February and March? Yes.

“But, it’s about what happens next when you get disappointment and I thought we’ve finished the season very well.”

The win leaves Windsor 10th in the Combined Counties Premier Division table and certain of a top-half finish this season.

Windsor youth will play either Abbey Rangers or Camberley in the Grant McLellan Cup final at Bedfont Sports on May 9 (7.45pm).