|Carl DENNISON||1||Oneal GARNESS|
|Matthew DAY||2||Matthew HUMPHREY|
|Jordan LEE-BROWN||3||Jon BURCH|
|Adam KIRBY||4||Dale WEBB|
|Dan HICKS||5||Doug FORD|
|Matthew LAZARCZUK||6||Jamie HOPPITT|
|Owen RICHARDSON||7||Nathan MOTTLEY|
|Jason SHEEHAN||8||Daniel JEWELL|
|George GOULD||9||Nick LISKOV|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||10||Charlie OAKLEY|
|Kyle LUCAS||11||Aaron AGYEMAN|
|Harry PEARSE||12||Marcus COUSINS|
|Ben HARRIS||14||Dean GREENWOOD|
|Dean WHARAM||15||Jake MEADE|
|Adam COOKE||16||Adam MURPHY|
|70'||Jason Sheehan (off)|
|82'||George Gould (off)|
Dean Wharam (on)
|84'||Owen Richardson (off)|
Harry Pearse (on)
|R Lazarczuk 10' (p)|
Windsor FC continued their unbeaten start to the season with a 3-2 win at home against Camberley Town.
More injury and availability issues saw Matthew Lazarczuk given his first start with Dan hicks and George Gould making a return to the side.
A cagey start from both sides eventually saw Windsor gifted the lead from the penalty spot when Oneal Garness up-ended Gould with Robert Lazarczuk converting the spot kick.
The lead lasted a matter of seconds as straight from the re-start Jamie Hoppitt was allowed a free run at goal which he took full advantage of to level the scores.
Windsor weren't to be held back as they were soon back ahead when Kyle Lucas was given time to cross and found the head of Gould to net his first of the season.
The home side were slow to start after half time and soon lost their lead when Daniel Jewell, like Hoppitt earlier, was allowed a run at goal and took his chance well.
Again, Windsor weren't going to give up restoring their lead and mid-way through the half got themselves back infront.
Robert Lazarczuk's free kick was headed back across goal where Adam Kirby was on hand to steer the ball into the net.
Changes from both sides failed to change the score line leaving Windsor unbeaten in their opening 7 games.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams