Saturday 16th August 2014
Windsor made it safely through to the Preliminary Round of the FA Cup following a 2-1 win away at Brimscombe & Thrupp.
Brimscombe, of the Hellenic League, were entering the competition for the first time just as Windsor had done 2 years ago.
Early chances went the way of Windsor with Kane Jones, Matthew Day and Kyle Lucas all making Steve Sparrow work hard.
At the other end it was Ben Deakin providing the home sides threat forcing Carl Dennison into a fine save.
Windsor would eventually take the lead when Adam Kirby rose unchallenged to meet Kyle Lucas' corner and head past Sparrow.
The visitors then had a penalty appeal turned down when Kirby again got his head to a corner only for a arm to be used to block the ball on the line before being cleared.
Windsor increased their lead mid-way through the seacond half when Jones showed good stregth to hold off Sam Blackie before sending the ball into the box when Dan Molloy headed past Sparrow.
Moments later Brimscombe pulled a goal back through Karl Nash when Windsor failed to clear a corner to set up a nervy last 20 minutes.
The closing moments were frantic with Windsor trying to ensure their passage and Brimscombe trying to rescue a replay but Windsor managed to hold to set up a home tie with Godalming Town in two weeks.