WINDSOR made it four wins on the bounce in the Hellenic Premier Division after a 2-1 victory against Ardley United on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

A goal from Andrew Ingram gave the home side a narrow lead heading into the break at Stag Meadow.

Ardley equalised through Connor Harris midway through the second half, but


secured all three points when veteran striker

Barry Hayles

netted with seven minutes remaining.

The win means Windsor are now in ninth position in the league table ahead of a visit to Stag Meadow from bottom side Longlevens on March 16.

Windsor manager Mick Woodham told the Observer: “It was a hard-fought win. I told the boys at the end it’s not about how many cards you have in your back pocket when you don’t play well and you can win games.

“We didn’t play well yet we found a way to win and winning becomes a habit, so the spirit within the group is fantastic.

“If we have to win ugly by playing poorly then we will take that all day long, so I’m delighted with it really.

“Ardley were a lively side and scored the goal of the game, so we had to dig one out and credit to the boys really.”

He added: “I’ve been a little bit consistent in saying that when we get a run of fixtures we’re a better side and that’s showing now.

“That’s why the match being abandoned on Tuesday is disappointing.

“We have been playing well at times, but when we haven’t we’ve also got results, so we are benefitting from the fixtures being kind to us at the moment.

“February was a good month for us and we have just got to keep on going because we’ve got targets.”