|Craig ATKINSON||1||Justin COURTNAGE|
|Marc JOCKING||2||Chris ELLIS|
|Tom WALSH||3||James QUINN|
|Keiran MAYLEN||4||Kyle JEFFREY|
|Steve NOAKES||5||Lewis LEONETTI|
|Jack COVENTRY||6||Aaron MINHAS|
|Ian JONES||7||Kane JONES|
|Max ELWARD||8||Omar RIAZ|
|Ben DILLON||9||Dan MOLLOY|
|Shane HILLAMBY||10||Robert LAZARCZUK|
|Luke WALKER||11||Kyle LUCAS|
|Lukas BURT||12||Matthew EDWARDS|
|Nathan NURSE||14||Jamie DI GIUSEPPE|
|Jason MINTON||15||Eddie LAZARCZUK|
|Ali BROWN||16||Barry DUNBAR|
|Elliot HOBDEN||17||Adam KIRBY|
|48'||James Quinn (off)|
Jamie Di Giuseppe (on)
|55'||Lewis Leonetti (off)|
Adam Kirby (on)
|86'||Omar Riaz (off)|
Matthew Edwards (on)
Windsor FC's unbeaten run continues with a 4-0 win away at Hartley Wintney.
Early chances went the way of the visitors but these were limited to a few long range efforts from Robert Lazarczuk that went just past the wrong side of the post.
30 minutes in and Windsor finally took the lead when Kyle Jeffrey headed Lazarczuk's free kick back across goal where Dan Molloy headed in.
Lazarczuk almost added a second minutes later when he lobbed Craig Atkinson from the halfway line only for the ball to come back off the bar.
Early in the second half saw Windsor forced into two changes. The later saw Adam Kirby replace Lewis Leonetti and it was Kirby's first touch from Lazarczuk's long throw that saw him head in Windsor's second.
Omar Riaz added a third with a strike from 30 yards that Atkinson seemed to think was going wide before Molloy grabbed his second in injury time when he connected to Kane Jones' flick off a Lazarczuk corner.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams