|Mark BANFRY||1||J GOODENOUGH|
|Joe HATCHER||2||R COULES|
|Ryan PARSONS||3||S DAVIS|
|David TILBURY||4||A SNOOK|
|Chris ELLIS||5||M STEVENS|
|Chris GIBSON||6||K TATE|
|Max KINSLER||7||R KING|
|Joe CHANDIRAM||8||M STRATFORD|
|Brandon BLAIR||9||S ROBERTSON|
|Kyle ANTHONY||10||A MAXIMEN|
|Sam FLETCHER||11||M SILVANUS|
|George CAULTON||12||C COX|
|Ryan O'TOOLE||14||A WEBB|
|Yashwa ROMEO||15||J LEWIS|
|Ryan ASHE||16||L HAYWARD|
|Rob BULLIVANT||17||A ALFORD|
|58'||Chris Gibson (off)|
George Caulton (on)
The lights went out once more for Windsor FC as their Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy match suffered floodlight failure.
With the match 71 minutes old and Windsor trailing 1-0 to Shrivenham the lights suddenly went out on the far side of the ground.
Missing numerous players through injury, Windsor manager Keith Scott drafted in Youth teamers Max Kinsler and Sam Fletcher.
Their was also a new look to the front pairing with defender Kyle Anthony teaming upwithanother youngster in Brandon Blair.
An unsteady start saw Windsor go behind after only 10 minutes when a long ball allowed Robertson through to slot past Banfry.
Chances cam and went for Windsor as Joe Chandiram saw his header saved before Brandon Blair got through ony for his effor to be cleared off the line.
As the half moved into injury time Shrivenham almost doubled thier lead when Tate's free kick came back off the post.
The second half started brightly for Windsor but as the mid-point of the half arrived the lights went out leaving referee Simon Lee no choice but to abandon the game.
Windsor and Shrivenham will now have to wait for the Berks & Bucks FA to decide on how they will deal with the situation.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams