|Carl DENNISON||1||Wester YOUNG|
|Matthew DAY||2||Tim PITT|
|Carl GARSTANG||3||Paul DEEGAN|
|Adam KIRBY||4||Craig LEWINGTON|
|Dan HICKS||5||Luke ELLIOTT|
|Chris DEAN||6||Jordan MCCARTNEY|
|Harry PEARSE||7||Tom WINDSOR|
|Bevan VAN WYK||8||Ross CHALKE|
|George GOULD||9||Matt BAXTER|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||10||Haniff BOYLE|
|Kyle LUCAS||11||Nick WHTE|
|Jordan ROWLAND||12||Chan QUAN|
|Adam CASH||14||Manny QUARSHIE|
|Travis RICHARDSON-HODGE||15||Peter SONS|
|Adam COOKE||16||Sam GALLIERS|
|Owen RICHARDSON||17||Ollie ROBINSON|
|70'||Harry Pearse (off)|
Adam Cash (on)
|85'||Chris Dean (off)|
Travis Richardson-Hodge (on)
|87'||Robert Lazarczuk (off)|
Adam Cooke (on)
|R Lazarczuk 41'|
Elliott OG 56'
Windsor got the new season off to a flyer with a well deserved 3-0 win over Molesey at Stag Meadow.
Having drawn their previous two opening fixtures it was a welcome change to walk away with all three points.
The new season also meant new faces with Carl Dennison, Adam Kirby, Kyle Lucas and Bevan Van Wyk in the starting line-up and a further five new names on the bench.
But it was the old guard that almost got Windsor ahead when Harry Pearse's cross was just behind George Gould with the goal gaping.
Pearse the let fly from 30 yards only for Wester Young to tip the ball over the bar closely followed by Dan Hicks heading just wide from the resulting Carl Garstang corner.
Molesey had chances themseoves with the best one falling to Nick White who got on the end of Matt Baxter's cross only for Matthew Day to block on the line.
Windsor finally made the breakthrough towards the end of the half when Pearse found Kyle Lucas on the edge of the area and a simple ball into the feet of Robert Lazarczuk saw last season's top scorer bend the ball past Wester.
Shortly after the break Windsor doubled their lead when Lazarczuk's long throw caused confusion in the box with the ball being turned into his own net by Luke Elliott.
Molesey could have got back into the match had Tom Windsor managed to keep his effort a few inches lower and Jordan McCartney not been denied from a free kick by a superb save from Carl Dennison.
The points were well and truly secured in the final minute when Gould got though and after numerous attempts and defenders throwing themselves in the way of the ball substitute Adam cash was on hand to fire the ball home.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams