BENTONS manager Russell Windsor believes that Phoenix Plough did not have the firepower to life with his stars in their comfortable 6-0 win on Sunday.

The Wraysbury-based club have set their sights on another crack at the Division One title this season, and they have made the perfect start with three wins on the bounce.

George Windsor, pictured left, was the star on show last weekend as his hat-trick helped Bentons on their way to success with other goals from Gary Currell, Ollie Jemmett and Billy Hart.

Speaking to the Observer, Bentons boss Russell Windsor said: “I thought Phoenix were well-organised but not really going to hurt us.

“It was a good game for us because we had a few players out and some that are not regulars were able to get a game.

“We were three goals ahead at half-time and always looking most likely for the win.

Phoenix have not got the firepower to hurt us. They’re just a nice group of lads that like to play football. They’re are not one of the contenders shall we say.”

On their title aspirations this season, he said: “It seems to have been between us and Real Milan for most years.

“We have struggled in the past because we’ve not been able to get a strong enough side out whereas they have a lot of players signed on.

They play at Arbour Park now which is a bonus to attract players they might not have got at Britwell.

"We've got a good enough squad. It's small but well capable and I'm hoping to bring some silverware home this season.

"We have struggled in the past with holidays and injuries because we've not had a big enough squad. We just can't pull players in from everywhere like Real Milan.

"We're hoping to give it a go and the way it's going it looks like being between us and Real Milan."

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