|Luke COUSINS||1||Carl DENNISON|
|Harry BOYDEN||2||Tom CARLIN|
|Harry BANKS||3||James QUINN|
|Ton WINSOR||4||Kyle JEFFREY|
|Harry COX||5||Adam KIRBY|
|Asa CURTIS||6||Aaron MINHAS|
|Barry MOUNTAIN||7||George GOULD|
|Declan SMITH||8||Dan HICKS|
|Ashley NADESAN||9||Kane JONES|
|Ryan BRACKPOOL||10||Robert LAZARCZUK|
|Gary TOMLINSON||11||Harry PEARSE|
|Jack JONES||12||Kyle LUCAS|
|Dejaun BEST||14||Owen RICHARDSON|
|Ben GUBBY||15||Matthew DAY|
|Josh SMITH||16||Carl GARSTANG|
|HT||George Gould (off)|
Jason Sheehan (on)
J Smith (on)
|73'||Tom Carlin (off)|
Matthew Day (on)
|81'||Harry Pearse (off)|
Kyle Lucas (on)
|28'||D Smith||Horley Town|
|68'||D Smith||Horley Town|
Windsor suffered defeat at the hands of struggling Horley Town going down 3-2 at the New Defence.
Having won their last three matches, Windsor were hoping to stretch that run but ran into problems in the first few minutes.
A poor clearance from the defence allowed Ashley Nadesan through to go round Carl Dennison and slot the ball into the net.
The lead was almost doubled when a long throw found its way through to Declan Smith who's shot came back off the post.
Nadesan did double the lead just after the half hour. Despite appeals for an off-side flag, Nadesan ran through and rolled the ball past Dennison.
A if things weren't already bad enough for Windsor they were then reduced to 10 men after Kane Jones picked up a 2nd yellow card for a deliberate hand ball.
Half time saw Jason Sheehan replace George Gould as Windsor tried to turn the game back in their favour.
They almost did this just before the hour when Rob Lazarczuk hit the post. But, not olny did that chance not go in, Horley went straight down the other end and bagged a third through Gary Tomlinson.
Straight form the restart Dan Hicks hit an effort from the edge of the area into the top corner to reduce the deficit.
The team numbers were then evened up when Declan Smith tripped Hicks to earn a second yellow as Windsor started to hit back.
Rob Lazarczuk's short corner to Aaron Minhas saw the Windsor midfielder pick out Kyle Jeffrey who headed in past Luke Cousins.
Windsor continued to press for an equaliser but despite multiple chances could not find a way through.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams