WINDSOR boss Mick Woodham feels a little bit disappointed with the performance in the 1-1 draw against Binfield on Tuesday, writes Rob Stevens.

A goal from Daniel Roberts gave Windsor the lead after 64 minutes in the Hellenic Premier Division match at Stag Meadow.

Their lead did not last long however as Josh Howell equalised for Binfield from the penalty spot just five minutes later.

Windsor were reduced to 10 men late on when Robert Lazarczuk was shown a straight red card, but Woodham feels his team still did enough to win the match.

He told the Observer: “I’m a little bit disappointed really and a little flat.

“We were second best for long parts of the game and Binfield really should have taken the match away from us in the first half. They had three or four good chances.

“We were busy in their penalty box but didn’t ask their keeper to do anything.

“Binfield were the better side in the first-half and we were slightly better in the second.

“Roger Herridge (Binfield manager) said it was a game they should have won but, for all they chances they had, they only scored from the penalty spot so I’m not sure where that comes from.

“We done enough in the last 10 minutes to win the game, but on reflection a draw was a fair result because we were lucky to be in the match in the first half.

“We were excellent down to 10 men. We upped our game and with a little bit more luck we might have won it in the end.”

The draw leaves Windsor in 14th position in the league table ahead of a visit to Stag Meadow from third-from-bottom Abingdon United this Saturday (3pm), and Woodham is wary of the threat they carry at this time of year.

He said: "Abingdon usually turn things around with good results at this time of the year to stay in the division.

"They can play football on a decent pitch and will cause problems, so carry a threat.

"We've got to improve our levels individually because they were below those set in the Lydney Town game. We've got to re-group and get those levels back up."