The U18 Allied Counties side made the short trip to Windsor FC on Monday 14th December to play their last fixture of 2020.

The game was well supported with lots of support for both sides and both teams took advantage putting on a real thriller and amassing seven goals between them in a well contested game which saw Ascot secure three points moments before the final whistle.

Ascot went into the game favourites based on recent form but full credit to the young Windsor side who despite going one nil down continued to work hard and press and matched Ascot goal for goal.

After the Windsor keeper Mitchell Groves denied the Ascot forward line on a number of occasions a number of times the game looked set to finish 3 – 3, however in a game that had it all Lawson Jones stepped up to slot in his third of the game (and second hat-trick in successive games) and the game finished 3 – 4.

Whilst I know that Josh & Chris were not pleased with the application from their side and expect more from them as a group, they were understandably pleased to pick up the 3 points and were full of praise for Windsor who gave a great account of themselves and gave a tenacious performance.

Goals: Lawson Jones x 3, Will Chaisty x 1

Ascot United: Hayes, Walden, Rowe, Kendell, Chaisty, Goderski, Dennis, Bowden, Corney, Fisher, Jones
Subs used : Jack, Graham, Pearson, Pandhor, White




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