IT WAS happy days all round – you had to be delighted after a performance like that.

It was how we played against Banbury in the first half – only we did it for 90 minutes and we took our chances.

The Windsor manager said it was the biggest battering they had ever had. It was phenomenal.

We were all over them in the first half and good value for 2-0. Jamie Reid toe-poked one home and Marcus has lobbed the keeper from out near the touchline for the second goal after chasing a lost cause.

In the second half, the play started more even but then we killed the game off from two Walshy free kicks. Mace scored with a diving header for No.3 and Browny has got in front of the defenders for the fourth.

I’m not stupid enough to think we can play like that every week but we will enjoy the moment.

Woody had a knock on Saturday and failed a fitness test so Nathan Davies was given his first start.

We normally play with three young, enthusiastic midfielders who have tons of energy but sometimes get out of position.

Nathan brings us something different. He seems to have the ability to sense danger and because of that he breaks down attacks. He’s not going to be a box-to-box player and his legs had gone at the end, but he is going to be a good acquisition.

Windsor are obviously a much-changed side from the one that won our league last season. Apparently they have had a 60 per cent budget cut and several of their players have been tempted away by Hemel and Slough.

They still have Chennels up front but he is on trial at Brentford at the moment and only came on as a halftime sub.

The game at Chippenham on Saturday is going to be an interesting one because then we will see what is required to compete in this league.