WINDSOR manager Mick Woodham has admitted his side continued to be punished for poor performances after a 1-1 draw against Tuffley Rovers on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

Windsor looked to be losing all three points when Warren Mann scored with a penalty four minutes into the second-half at Stag Meadow, before George Gould equalised in the last minute.

The draw means Windsor have failed to win in their last four league matches and have dropped from sixth-from-bottom in the Hellenic Premier Division.

Woodham is pleased to have got a point against second bottom Tuffley last weekend, but he admits that Windsor have not had a great Christmas period.

He told the Observer: "I was frustrated with that. We controlled the first-half albeit without a goal. We had one or two shots on target and controlled possession.

"I didn't really see what Tuffley could offer and our back four had the number on their front two or three. I thought we were okay and if we just did our jobs then we would get a result.

"It was a silly penalty because if you look at the couple of phases before we had the chance to clear our lines or certainly deal with it with a little bit of purpose, but we failed to and ultimately got ourselves into a pickle and conceded another soft one.

"We then had some work to do because Tuffley had their tails up and might have had another goal actually.

"Our decision-making in general wasn't fantastic but we kept on going and asking questions, plus introducing Kieran Knight was good. He looked after the ball for us and that's where the goal came from.

"George was the only one to have a shot on target in the first-half, so it's not enough and we probably didn't look like scoring.

"Daniel Roberts done well in the first-half to put one across the box, but there was a little bit of a scramble and not enough there. We didn't do enough and it's disappointing.

Woodham continued: "I'm pleased to get a point to be honest, but we haven't had a great Christmas. I'm disappointed we didn't get all three points but we had no right to.

"If you don't perform over 90 minutes and your decision making is a little bit flaky at times you're going to get punished and we are.

"We stuck at it and the boys kept on going and believing, and I thought we deserved a goal from somewhere in the second-half.

"We would've been super disappointed to not get anything however you make your own luck and performances like that aren't fantastic, particularly at home.

"We eventually got a goal so I can't fault the boys' efforts that's for sure, but lets leave it at that.

"It was a different game and set of circumstances to the match against Virginia Water when we were probably disappointed that we didn't get something out of the game.

"However, being fair and realistic, football is a horrible and silly game at times and we probably didn't deserve to get anything on Boxing Day.

"You've got to keep on plugging away for 90 minutes and we did that.

"We made some offensive changes but sometimes it's just not your day and we were lacking a little bit, but we got something out of it."