WINDSOR have secured local bragging rights in the Hellenic Premier Division after a 2-0 win at Burnham on Tuesday.

Goals from Keiron Knight and Haydon Clack, pictured right, after the break secured the three points and a fifth straight victory in all competitions for the Stag Meadow-based club.

Speaking to the Observer, Windsor manager Mick Woodham said: “It was always going to be a tricky match and various reasons add to that. Burnham had a good win on Saturday so we knew it would be very hard.

“It was just a case of starting well, which we did for 25 minutes, but things didn’t drop for us in the box so we could not get what our play deserved.

“We had to be patient, wait for the chance to drop and take them when they come, and that’s exactly how it panned out.

“We dictated most of the play, dominated the game, scored two goals and kept a clean sheet, so I’m pleased. What pleased me the most is we had to work hard on the back of Saturday and the boys did that.”

Woodham added: “We’ve got a little momentum going and the boys are playing well in a settled team.

“We’re not conceding too many goals. If you look at the last three away games we’ve only conceded two penalties and scored 11, so we seem to be getting it right at both ends.”

Windsor have moved up to seventh position in the table but will not return to league action until Woodley United visit Stag Meadow on November 4.

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