Thame men finally find their range with win over Windsor

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For the first time this season Thame finally found form with a convincing 5-2 home win over a strong Windsor side.

Since defeat on the opening day Thame have struggled despite winning each of their intermittent games but they put that concern to bed with a much improved performance.

It was not long before Thame were in front when Cliff Brown was in prime position to smartly touch in a through ball.

Thame doubled their lead as Archer finished off classy move to head into the break two up.

After half-time Thame were hit with slight misfortune when a dubiously awarded penalty corner was neatly converted to put the score to 2-1.

However minutes later Jamie Alexander struck after a goal line scramble to reestablish the two goal deficit.

Windsor were only a threat from corners and scored again to make it 3-2. However Thame were dominant and second goals from Brown and Alexander made the score reflect the performance.

On Saturday Thame will face Eastcote,

Thame seconds team travelled to table-topping Banbury Piranhas and put in an admirable performance but went down 4-1.

Meanwhile, The ladies’ seconds are up to third in the table after they thrashed Henley 9-0.