WINDSOR head coach Anthony Andrews will hold talks with the rugby management committee this week to decide how best to take the club forward next season, writes Rob Stevens.

Windsor won the Southern Counties North title this year and have been promoted to South West One East next season.

The club has a history of bouncing between steps six and seven, and Andrews explained discussions need to take place over where to go next.

He told the Observer: “We’ve always said that Windsor is an amateur club but whether that changes in the future I don’t know. We all need to assess where we want to go next.

“The club has a history of competing well at level six then going back to level seven and yo-yo between the two.

“We all need to assess where we want to go next. That might not be paying players but rather increasing the coaching support for them.

“I will get away in the school holidays but I’m already starting to build for next season.

“I need to sit down with the management committee and decide what the coaching set-up will look like.

“There won’t be too much of a break because it’s onto the next challenge. Hopefully we will decide what’s best going forward for the club this week.”

Andrews added: “The club is definitely in a good place at the moment. There has been a lot of momentum built in the last couple of years.

“We just missed out on promotion this time last year but it done us some good and it’s funny how things turn out.

“A lot of hard work has gone on behind the scenes with the new rugby committee. We’ve benefitted from their support and it really helped our promotion push.

"There's work to be done but the club is in a good place and ready to make the step up."

Andrews continued: "Every summer you look to attract new players and this year will be the same. We want to invite anyone into the club whatever their level.

"It's about growing the wider club because the players in the second and third teams will be just as important next season.

"We want to attract players of all standards next season, and the for the women as well.

"Windsor is a really good club and environment to be involved in."