WINDSOR are now three matches without a defeat in Division Two of the Middx, Berks, Bucks & Oxon League after a 4-4 draw with Oxford Hawks 4s on Saturday.

The lead changed hands twice in the end-to-end action that saw home side Windsor pulled ahead first following a well-worked Marcus Barrow-Marques short corner.

The hosts piled on the pressure in a high-tempo thriller and Ali Parkes doubled the advantage with a fine finish.

Windsor looked to be in full control, but Oxford refused to have their wings clipped and swooped to get one back just before the half-time whistle to stay in the game.

In a remarkable turnaround, the visitors took charge of the re-start and, with Windsor caught high up the pitch each time, made the most of the space to smash and grab three goals for an unexpected 4-2 lead.

Windsor however were far from down and out and, with supporters cheering them on from the side-line, they rallied with 10 minutes left on the clock.

Parkes edged them closer to a draw with a terrific goal and the hosts went for one big guts-and-glory push with just seconds to go.

Winning an 11th hour long corner a pass into the D was met by Fraser Thompson who slammed the ball past the Hawks keeper to level the scores a split second before the final whistle.

The result leaves Windsor in sixth position in the league table ahead of a trip to ninth-placed Oxford 3s this Saturday (12 noon pushback).