WINDSOR Athletic have reached the Mary Wells Memorial Cup final this season after a 6-1 win away at Datchet Village Reserves on Sunday.

Two goals from Harry Baker, plus strikes from Brandon Blair, Jackson Wild, Ferdinand Azzeman and an own goal saw Windsor through to their second final is as many seasons.

Windsor joint-manager Ross Clark told the Observer: “I’m chuffed to bits and to get to another cup final is brilliant. It’s a brilliant feeling.

“We go into matches hoping and expecting to win, but that scoreline shows the progress we’ve made this season.

“We were perfect on the day and developed a gameplan to press high with two wingers, and it just worked.”

Windsor will take on Division Two rivals Maidenhead Cosmos in the final at Stag Meadow, Windsor later on this season.

Clark said: “We lost in a cup final last season so feel we have unfinished business. We wanted another shot at it and I’m hoping we can come away with the trophy this time.

“We played Maidenhead Cosmos in a tight league game and came out on top, so I’m hoping for a repeat result.

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PHOTO: Windsor Athletic (blue) won 6-1 at Datchet Village Reserves (red) in the semi-finals of the Mary Wells Memorial Cup on Sunday.

“We will play our game, try our best, and hope to come out on top. But, you’ve got to be a decent side to get this far in the competition.

“We played Langley Galaxy in the cup final last season and they were wonderful. Hopefully we will have a bit more of the ball this time to create more chances and take them.”

Windsor were due to return to league action this Sunday with a trip to Pinkneys Green, but the match has already been postponed.

Clark said: “A top -three finish is still the case for us and something we’re looking at.”

Check out all our photos from the match inside the Observer today!