WINDSOR manager Mick Woodham hailed his side for a first class performance in the 6-0 win against Flackwell Heath on Tuesday, writes Rob Stevens.

Windsor extended their winning streak in the Hellenic Premier Division to six matches after a most impressive display at Stag Meadow.

Two goals from Daniel Roberts, the second from the penalty spot, plus a George Gould strike gave the home side a clear lead heading into the break.

Roberts scored again to complete his hat-trick in the second half, with further goals from Jack Gibson and substitute Barry Hayles.

Woodham told the Observer: “That was a 90-minute performance full of power, strength, quality, pace and energy. Anything you want to call it, it all came together.

“We had to work hard and took our chances nice and early.

“Generally or work rate, desire to protect our goal and to get more goals was terrific, and we could have got a few more if we were being really selfish and greedy.

“We were outstanding and the subs came on and made an impact, and without being disrespectful to anyone we were too good for Flackwell all night.

“We’ve had some close run performances in terms of best of the season but, in terms of the goals, yes it was.

“We were good against Fairford a couple of weeks ago as well as Brackley and then Bishops Cleeve on Saturday, where we didn’t give them anything.

“We done our job against Flackwell all over and I don’t think they can have any complaints.”

He continued: “Daniel is certainly going to go through the 40-goal mark. His hunger and desire to do that is there for everyone to see, but equally he was unselfish in the last five or 10 minutes.

“He had a great game but the front three were fantastic. Their work off the ball was great, identifying when they need to drop in, they worked well together and got the goals.

“Daniel is a goal scorer and he had 20 minutes for Slough on Saturday which helped us. He scored nice and early and that gave him the confidence to take the penalty.

“Well done to him but it was a big, big team performance and I mean everyone.

“Hugo Sobte gave a masterclass in how to deliver a football in perfect conditions.

“We’ve got another clean sheet and six wins on the spin, and now we will give anyone a game in the mood we’re in.

“To be fair, George probably scored the harder one because he missed the chance at the back post in the second half.

“He’s getting himself into those positions and the delivery has got quality on it. The boys are enjoying themselves.”

The win means Windsor have now moved above rivals Ascot United into sixth position in the table and a single point behind fifth-placed Shrivenham with a game in hand.

Windsor make the journey to Lydney Town on Good Friday (3pm) before returning to Stag Meadow for the visit of Wantage Town on Easter Monday (3pm).