|Sam FREEMAN||1||Carl DENNISON|
|Callum EAGLE||2||Kyle JEFFREY|
|Jack HURST||3||James QUINN|
|Julian SILLS||4||Chris ELLIS|
|Michael BUCK||5||Adam KIRBY|
|Dan AKINWANDE||6||Aaron MINHAS|
|Pat KIRBY||7||Matthew DAY|
|Joe PARIS||8||Luke DEXTER|
|Mike BURTON||9||George GOULD|
|Paul Covebtry||10||Robert LAZARCZUK|
|Charlie GEE||11||Kyle LUCAS|
|James BIRREL-KING||12||Jordan DOWDICAN|
|Ben DEARLOVE||14||Jagdeep MAKH|
|Sam DUFFELEN||15||Eddie LAZARCZUK|
|Aiden UPWARD||17||Jason SHEEHAN|
|58'||Matthew Day (off)|
Jordan Dowdican (on)
|75'||Luke Dexter (off)|
Jagdeep Makh (on)
|77'||James Quinn (off)|
Harry Pearse (on)
R Lazarczuk (p) 65'
Windsor got back to winning ways with a 4-2 win away at a rain soaked Cove.
Having lost their last two fixtures it was important that Windsor got off to a good start and having lost Dan Hicks in their last match Mick Woodham resigned Chris Ellis from Ascot United.
A good start was just what they got when a long throw from Robert Lazarczuk found Kyle Jeffrey who headed past Sam Freeman.
The lead could have been doubled and the tripled when Aaron Minhas had two chances go just either side of both posts.
Cove then grabbed a fortuitous equaliser when Callum Eagle's cross deflected up off James Quinn and in off the foot of the post.
Windsor re-took the lead on the stroke of half time when George Gould flicked on Carl Dennison's long ball allowing Matthew Day to run through and beat Freeman.
Despite chances at both ends in the early stages of the second half neither team could alter the score thanks to impressive displays by both keepers until Eagles upended Kyle Lucas conceding a penalty which Robert Lazarczuk made no mistake with.
Shortly after Windsor put the game out of Cove's reach when Gould flicked on another Dennison long ball this time for Lucas to run on to and fire past Freeman.
Cove were given an opportunity to reduce the deficit when they were awarded a late penalty but Pat Kirby sent the ball high over the bar.
They did managed a late consolation goal when Mike Burton's effort was turned in by substitute Sam Duffelen.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams