Beaconsfield managed to hold off a strong Windsor side with a courageous last minute try and conversion on Saturday. 

This result keeps them top of the Southern Counties North league with a two point margin. Unbeaten this season Beaconsfield have shown themselves to be a side with strong team commitment playing with inventiveness and flair.

An early assault from the visitors pinned Windsor down in their 22 and an early penalty was scored. Then the home side took an early penalty in return for an infringement and opened their scoring 3-3.

It didn’t take long however for Beaconsfield to turn the screw, pushing Windsor deep into their own half giving Aled Lewis a move down the right hand flank for his first try 3-10.

Dru Labri then picked the ball up and cleverly ran it down the left hand side going over safely for his first try and Lewis’ conversion took the score to 3-17 at half-time.

The second half started with Labri again breaking down the left flank avoiding some tackles and went over five metres inside the corner flag for his second try, unfortunately the conversion was missed and the score stayed at 3-22.

At this point the home side changed tactics and began using their pack working the ball inside the Beaconsfield 22, eventually their full back got the ball and ran in on the left hand side for 8-22. 

Windsor continued chipping away and produced a well worked try and closed the gap to one try between the teams 15-22.

The second half was proving to be a renaissance period for the home side, this time a forward went over after some good interplay to draw level on 22-22 and incredibly Windsor went ahead with the winger being played in to make it 27-22..

The winner was shear determination of a well worked try from winger Dan Cady and he eventually put the ball over to even the score. 
With all the pressure on him , Lewis stepped forward to take the conversion which Windsor tried to charge down, fortunately he kept his calm and the ball went through the posts giving Beaconsfield a well deserved win 27-29.