|Sam SOUTHERDEN||1||Rob BULLIVANT|
|Jamie TRIPP||2||David TILBURY|
|Adam PAGET||3||Ryan PARSONS|
|Mark WEEDON||4||Chris ELLIS|
|Dean HARPER||5||Kyle ANTHONY|
|Nathan POULTON||6||Craig BARTLETT|
|Seldon GRANT||7||Joe HATCHER|
|Adam HARMAN||8||Joe CHANDIRAM|
|Riccardo CANNON||9||Yashwa ROMEO|
|Danny JORDAN||10||Ryan O'TOOLE|
|Harry PRITCHARD||11||Chris GIBSON|
|Ryan ADAMS||12||Ryan ASHE|
|Lee THOMPSON||14||Ben PORTER|
|Ben STURGESS||15||Lee GALBRAITH|
|Luke BLACKMORE||17||Mark BANFRY|
|HT||Craig Bartlett (off)|
Lee Galbraith (on)
Windsor FC's first adventure in the FA Vase ended after their second match following a 3-1 defeat away at Flackwell Heath.
Having lost eight players in the week leading up to he match Windsor manager Keith Scott had to draft in youth teamer Lee Galbraith an run with a reduced bench.
The match itself was quite even for the majority of the first half with both sides having the chance to take control, something only Flackwell managed.
Ryan O'Toole and Yash Romeo were both denied for Windsor as was Adam Harman for Heath.
A three minute spell basically ended the match when Seldon Grannt reacted quickest to turn the ball in following a scramble followed by a Riccardo Cannon header minutes later.
Windsor pushed on after the break and another scramble saw O'Toole and Romeo denied again and the Joe Chandiram denied by a fine save.
Windsor were then denied a penalty when Mark Wheedon handled a Chris Ellis throw.
Harman made sure of the result on 83 minutes when he turned in from close range followed by a consolation goal for Kyle Anthony who scored seconds later.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams