WINDSOR completed a hat-trick of wins in the Hellenic Premier Division after a 3-0 victory against Brackley Town Saints on Tuesday, writes Rob Stevens.

A goal from George Gould gave Windsor a narrow lead heading into half-time at Stag Meadow, before Daniel Roberts and substitute Jack Hall struck after the break.

Windsor boss Mick Woodham believes it was a deserved win against the promotion-chasing Saints, and he hopes it will be the catalyst for future impressive performances at home

He told the Observer: “We’ve struggled to put together a 90-minute performance at Stag Meadow on a regular basis, but hopefully this can now be the catalyst for the next games here.

“The boys were fantastic. We took our chances when they came along and defended when we had to.

“We got back into our shape really quickly, looked like we were enjoying ourselves and we looked comfortable.

“We dealt with their threats and got a clean sheet again, which is fantastic. That’s two clean sheets against Brackley this season and two lots of three goals.

“Our shape was brilliant and the boys played some good stuff our there in a good game. I’m very pleased for the boys and it’s been a good week.

“Out of possession we were keen with a lot of energy and that gave us the encouragement to go and get the ball back.

“We were good in the first half but just became undone a little centrally and 18-20 yards away from their goal.

“We might have just needed a little more quality but we making chances and getting into the areas that we wanted to.

“We scored some really good goals in the second half, particularly the one from Daniel.

“We put the ball into the right areas with a front three that would be our biggest threat. Credit to the boys because it worked an absolute treat.

“We were able to make some changes and finish the game off, so it was the perfect evening for us.”

Woodham handed 16-year-old forward Jack Gibson and first start at senior level following recent impressive performances in the Under-18s side.

The Windsor boss commented: “The reason he got his start in midweek was what we saw last weekend. We know what we’re getting out of him and he will not disappoint anyone once he gets his goal.

“He’s learning and we’re learning about him, but you can see what workrate he brings and what quality he has got. He was fantastic in midweek when pulling out of defence and ran the length of the pitch.

“Jack is a good lad.”

Windsor made it back-to-back wins in the league after a 1-0 victory against Lydney Town on Saturday.

Roberts scored the only goal in the game after 14 minutes at Stag Meadow.

The wins means Windsor stand in seventh position in the table and six points behind Ascot United with four matches in hand on their rivals.

Windsor welcome Fairford Town to Stag Meadow this Saturday (3pm).