WINDSOR have now played over 450 minutes of football without conceding a goal after a 0-0 draw away at Flackwell Heath in the Hellenic Premier Division on Tuesday.

The best chance in the match at Wilks Park came in the first-half when Luke Brooks-Smith saw his penalty saved by Flackwell keeper Aaron Watkins.

Windsor manager Mick Woodham said: “Straight after the game I think I’m disappointed with it really, but upon reflection we’ll look at it with the old cliche it’s an away point and another clean sheet, so I haven’t got too much to complain about really.

“We probably had an element of control in the first-half, for 35 minutes, but we were just lacking a goal, and had Luke put the penalty away we could say we went into half-time with the bare minimum of a deserved lead.

“We did drop the tempo a little bit in the last five minutes of the first-half and it just gave Flackwell a boost to finish the half reasonably strong.

“We didn’t start the second-half too well and were a bit sloppy in the first five minutes, and that was probably the theme for the whole half really.

“We battled and everyone put the effort it, and defensively we were fantastic when called upon. When we needed to be we were resolute and very difficult to beat.

“We saw a team that was not at it’s best but still difficult to beat so we’re going in the right direction.

“I’ve told the boys to give themselves a pat on the back because they’re obviously going a lot of things right and I thought we managed the game in the first-half really well.”

A share of the spoils leaves Windsor in eighth position ahead of a trip to bottom side Abingdon United this Saturday (3pm).