|Jordan CLEMENT||1||Justin COURTNAGE|
|Naman NASIR||2||Chris ELLIS|
|Matt STEER||3||Jamie DI GIUSEPPE|
|Phil MOORE||4||Kyle JEFFREY|
|Dale BURNHAM||5||Adam KIRBY|
|Matthew CRONAN||6||Aaron MINHAS|
|Liam PARRINGTON||7||Dan MOLLOY|
|Michael MILNE||8||Omar RIAZ|
|Shane CHEESMAN||9||Barry DUNBAR|
|Adam BELLMAINE||10||Robert LAZARCZUK|
|Luke TAYLOR||11||Kyle LUCAS|
|Adam BEALE||12||Lewis LEONETTI|
|Ben PLACITO||14||Eddie LAZARCZUK|
|John BRANLEY||16||Jason SHEEHAN|
|58'||Adam Kirby (off)|
Lewis Leonetti (on)
|66'||Barry Dunbar (off)|
Jordan Dowdican (on)
|77'||Robert Lazarczuk (off)|
Eddie Lazarczuk (on)
|Cheesman 68'||Lucas 51'|
Windsor are now 11 unbeaten in all competitions following a 2-1 win away at Westfield.
Windsor dominated the early going and came very close to taking the lead after just 14 minutes when the Westfield defence fail to clear Rob Lazarczuk's free kick allowing Aaron Minhas to shoot and hit the post.
Jordan Clement then did well to keep out Barry Dunbar's point blank header when the Windsor front man was set up by Dan Molloy who headed Jamie Di Guiseppe's cross back across goal.
The early moments of the second half saw Windsor take a deserved lead. Lazarczuk's long throw was headed back towards goal by Phil Moore allowing Kyle Lucas an easy headed finish.
Westfield drew level when Luke Taylor's perfectly timed cross found the head of Shane cheesman who looped the ball over Justin Courtnage.
Dale Burnham then squandered a perfect opportunity when he headed over an empty net.
Windsor's winner came when Lucas' cross found Aaron Minhas who's initial effort was saved by Clement only for Minhas to stab home at the second attempt.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams