WINDSOR FC enjoyed a productive week in the Hellenic League Premier Division, picking up six points with home victories over struggling Reading City 2-1 on Tuesday and Abingdon United 5-1 on Saturday.

The hosts took the lead against City just before the break, Kane Fitzgerald putting them ahead with a free-kick from just outside the area.

Luke Appleton headed Windsor second’s goal from a corner on 70 minutes after keeper Matt Carr had superbly tipped a shot over the bar, and although City kept plugging away and scored through Adam Cashin-Murray, Windsor held on for the victory.

Dan Roberts was the star of the show in the Abingdon victory, notching a hat-trick.

Mick Woodham’s hosts got off to a sluggish start as Callum Harvey went close for Abingdon in the seventh minute.

But they failed to heed the warning and Harvey made no mistake three minutes later by converting a Jayce Mascarenhas-Olivero cross to give the visitors an unexpected lead.

However, it was the wake-up call Windsor needed and they steadily grew in confidence with Kieran Knight, Jamie Di Giuseppe, Matt Stockill and Roberts going close.

And they drew level on the half-hour mark when Di Giuseppe supplied Roberts who made no mistake for his first of the game.

Windsor could not add to their tally before the break despite seeing Rob Lazarczuk threaten on two occasions.

But the second half was a different story as Windsor’s superior quality came through in the end and they got their noses in front 11 minutes after the restart.

Once again, it was Roberts who grabbed the goal, with Fitzgerald providing the assist as the pressure began to tell on Abingdon.

Then two more goals within a three-minute burst killed off the weary visitors.

Paul Coyne put Woodham’s men 3-1 up on 69 minutes then Roberts completed his third hat-trick of the season on 72 minutes.

There was still time for George Gould to put the icing on the cake with Windsor’s fifth in stoppage time.

Windsor sit 10th in the table then travel to Binfield tomorrow (Saturday, 3pm).

They host the same opponents next Tuesday night at Stag Meadow in the quarter-finals of the Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup (7.45pm).