|Carl DENNISON||1||Thmas HEAD|
|Kyle JEFFREY||2||Adam CORCARAN|
|James QUINN||3||Craig BOWDEN|
|Chris ELLIS||4||San MEPHAM|
|Lewis LEONETTI||5||Liam EDMUNDSON|
|Eddie LAZARCZUK||6||Mani RANDHAWA|
|Jason SHEEHAN||7||Matt BUNN|
|Omar RIAZ||8||Ryan WILKINSON|
|Dan MOLLOY||9||Steve ROBERTSON|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||10||Sam PACKER|
|Kyle LUCAS||11||Josh FOWLER|
|Matthew DAY||12||John REES|
|Barry DUNBAR||14||Dane MOULDEN|
|Jamie DI GIUSEPPE||15||Luke MURPHY|
|Matthew HOLLIDAY||16||Sam COLLIER|
|73'||Eddie Lazarczuk (off)|
Jamie Di Giuseppe (on)
|81'||Dan Molloy (off)|
Matthew Day (on)
|88'||Robert Lazarczuk (off)|
Barry Dunbar (on)
Windsor made it safely through in the FA Vase with a 3-0 win over Hellenic Premier Division Shrivenham.
Windsor were without skipper Adam Kirby who started his 3 match suspension following his red card against Cove.
The hosts started brightly and were quick to get themselves ahead when Lewis Leonetti headed in his first club goal via a Kyle Lucas corner.Shrivenham were gifted the opportunity to get level when Chris Ellis blocked Sam Packer earning the visitors a penalty.
Matt Bunn stepped up to take the spot kick only to see his effort fly off the outside of the post to safety.
Windsor seemed to step up a gear in the second half and came close to the much needed second goal when Rob Lazarczuk struck the bar from just outside the area.
Dan Molloy then then came close when he decided to try and hook Lucas' cross in rather than using his head as Shrivenham started to turn up the pressure.
The visitors started to make room for themselves but a combination of fine keeping from Carl Dennison and poor finishing kept the score at 1-0.
The match was settled in the final minutes when great passing between Omar Riaz and Lucas allowed the wing to get into the box before firing past Thomas Head.
There was still time for a third when Head spilled Jamie Di Guiseppe's free kick allowing Barry Dunbar to tap the ball in.
Windsor will now host Binfield in the 2nd Qualifying Round on 4th October.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams