|Carl DENNISON||1||Jamie CUNNINGHAM|
|Kyle JEFFREY||2||Andrew GRACE|
|James QUINN||3||James DINSDALE|
|Lewis LEONETTI||4||Lee PAGE|
|Adam KIRBY||5||Dale WEBB|
|Eddie LAZARCZUK||6||Bobby HOGG|
|Matthew DAY||7||Brad CANN|
|Matthew EDWARDS||8||Nick THUMWOOD|
|Kane JONES||9||Matt STAMP|
|Jason SHEEHAN||10||Michael SMITH|
|Kyle LUCAS||11||Luis HIBBERT|
|Barry DUNBAR||12||Luke WHIDDETT|
|Elliott WOODHAM||14||Anton MURPHY|
|Omar RIAZ||15||Peter MILLINGTON-LEE|
|Dan MOLLOY||16||Cameron BLACKIE|
|Owen RICHARDSON||17||Karl DALLAWAY|
|57'||Eddie Lazarczuk (off)|
Omar Riaz (on)
|60'||Matthew Day (off)|
Dan Molloy (on)
|73'||Kane Jones (off)|
Barry Dunbar (on)
Windsor picked themselves up after their defeat at the weekend to see off Frimley Green 2-1 at Stag Meadow.
Early chances went the way of the hosts with Kane Jones forcing an fine save out of Jamie Cunningham.
Despite the early pressure Frimley were not going to sit back and came very close to an opener when Nick Thumwood sent the ball crashing into the post.
Cunningham then spilled a shot from Kyle Lucas and had to rely on the quick thinking of Bobby Hogg to get the ball clear.
Shortly after the break and Windsor got themselves ahead when Kyle Jeffrey notched his first of the season via a Lucas free kick.
The lead was doubled with just 15 minutes to go when Dan Molloy's cross found the head of Barry Dunbar who sent the ball past Cunningham and in off the post.
There was still time for Frimley to pull a goal back through James Dinsdale but not to stop Windsor holding onto all 3 points.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams