|Carl DENNISON||1||Richard OASSAI|
|Matthew DAY||2||Darren WILSON|
|Carl GARSTANG||3||Ben WILLIAMS|
|Adam KIRBY||4||Lee MARKER|
|Dan HICKS||5||Will NEVILLE|
|Bevan VAN WYK||6||Neville TUCK|
|Harry PEARSE||7||Jack DILLON|
|Luke DEXTER||8||Adam BICKNALL|
|George GOULD||9||Tom ALLAN|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||10||Craig SMITH|
|Kyle LUCAS||11||Sheldon GRIMES|
|Aaron MINHAS||12||Rod WEBB|
|Jason SHEEHAN||14||Adam WAREHAM|
|Dean WHARAM||15||Simon RIGHT|
|Chris DEAN||16||Ed KELSING|
|Owen RICHARDSON||17||Conrad TURNER|
|63'||Harry Pearse (off)|
Aaron Minhas (on)
|63'||Luke Dexter (off)|
Dean Wharam (on)
|80'||George Gould (off)|
Owen Richardson (on)
Windsor FC dropped their first points of the season having to come from behind to draw 2-2 with Farnham Town.
Windsor welcomed Luke Dexter back to the starting line up but lost Jason Sheehan during the warm-up to an ankle injury.
The hosts should have taken a first minute lead when the ball broke kindly for Robert Lazarczuk but he was denied by Richard Ossai who deflected the ball over.
It then started to go wrong for the league leaders when the home defence failed to clear Will Neville's throw allowing Sheldon Grimes to head past Carl Dennison.
Minutes later and Dennison was called upon with a fantastic double save to keep his side in the game.
A heavy challenge on the stroke of half time could have seen the visitors reduced to ten men when Neville Tuck lunged in on Harry Pearse but only a caution was administered.
The start of the second half saw Farnham double their lead when Jack Dillon was left unmarked in the area leaving him with an easy finish.
A couple of changes for Windsor saw Harry Pearse and Luke Dexter replaced by Aaron Minhas and Dean Wharam and things started to look up for the hosts.
Dan Hicks was tripped in the box and, after a brief consultation between officias, a penalty awarded. Unfortunately for Windsor, Lazarczuk's spot kick was easily saved by Ossai.
It looked as if it was going to e one of those night for Windsor until Farnham struggle dto get he ball clear allowing Carl Garstang to curl an effort from the corner of the area and in to the net for his first club goal.
The comeback was complete with just minutes remaining when Kyle Lucas broke down the right and crossed for Dean Wharam to slam in his first goal for his new club.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams