|Carl DENNISON||1||Steve HOWE|
|Tom CARLIN||2||Robbie SADLER|
|James QUINN||3||Tom BUTLER|
|Kyle JEFFREY||4||Stuart CATTELL|
|Adam KIRBY||5||Sean WEBB|
|Aaron MINHAS||6||Danny LACHACZ|
|George GOULD||7||Tom AUSTIN|
|Dan HICKS||8||Tom MALTON|
|Ben HARRIS||9||Matt PEDDER|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||10||Richard CLAYDON|
|Harry PEARSE||11||Harry HALLS|
|Kyle LUCAS||12||Richard GUY|
|Matthew DAY||15||Sam TUCKER|
|Carl GARSTANG||16||Mark JAMES|
|67'||James Quinn (off)|
Carl Garstang (on)
|75'||Ben Harris (off)|
Kane Jones (on)
|77'||Kyle Jeffrey (off)|
Matthew Day (on)
Windsor made it safely into the quarter finals of the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy with a 4-2 win over Hellenic Premier Wantage Town.
A quick start from the hosts saw them take an early lead when Dan Hicks rose heighst to get his head on Rob Lazarczuk's corner after only 6 minutes.
But, that lead didn't last long as Wantage soon hit back when a fumble by Carl Dennison from a Tom Austin free kick setup Sean Webb for an easy finish.
Windsor were soon back in front when Hicks again headed in this time from a James Quinn corner although it did take a moment for the assistant referee to signal that the ball had crossed the line.
Again, Windsor failed to hold onto the lead and when Matt Pedder picked out Harry Halls, a low finish saw the visitors draw level.
Wantage seemed to go up a gear following this and had Windsor pined in their own half but failed to make any of the pressure count.
That wasted pressure at the end of the half would come back to haunt Wantage as Windsor started brightly in the second half.
An early chance saw George Gould cross for Lazarczuk who unfortunately hit the post.
Soon after Lazarczuk turned provider setting Ben Harris through who lifted the ball over Steve Howe to put Windsor back in front.
Harris added a fourth when Carl Garstang's free kick wasn't dealt with allowing Gould to tee up Haris for a close finish.
Any hopes of comeback for Wantage were dashed when Robbie Sadler picked up his second yellow of the match for a foul on Harris.
Windsor held on to set up a home quarter final tie against Shrivenham.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams