|Rob BULLIVANT||1||Stuart NORMAN|
|David TILBURY||2||Ben ACTON|
|Ryan PARSONS||3||Stacey THRIPP|
|Fergus MOORE||4||Martin GIRLING|
|Chris ELLIS||5||Dale WEBB|
|Kyle ANTHONY||6||Paul ANDREWS|
|Ben PORTER||7||Adam CORNELL|
|Joe CHANDIRAM||8||Ben HILL|
|Yashwa ROMEO||9||James MEPHAM|
|Ryan O'TOOLE||10||Matthew GRIFFITHS|
|Dapo ABITOGUN||11||Louis HIBBERT|
|George GOULD||12||Luke TAYLOR|
|Joe HATCHER||14||Matthew BARCLAY|
|Mark BANFRY||17||Georeg HARDY|
|58'||Ben Porter (off) |
Joe Hatcher (on)
|81'||Dapo Abitogun (off)|
George Gould (on)
O'Toole 49' (p)
Windsor FC moved up to second place in the table after a 2-0 win against Camberley Town at Stag Meadow.
This was the second attempt to get the game played following a floodlight failure a few weeks ago with Windsor winning 1-0.
Windsor started the match brightly enough and should have struck early when Ryan O'Toole picked out Ben Porter who's cross found Joe Chandiram who shot just wide.
Minutes later it was Camberley who should have got on the scoresheet when Adam Cornell broke through and was denied by a fine save from Rob Bullivant who recivered well to deny James Mepham who followed up.
Mid-way throgh the half Caberley were denied what would have been a game changing decision when James Mepham appeared to be pulled back by David Tilbury when through on goal but no foul awarded.
The match turned just minutes before half time when Camberley were reduced to 10 men following a reckless challenge from Louis Hibbert on Ben Porter and the advantage showed soon after the break.
Just a minute after the restart Dapa Abitogun managed to slip the ball through to Joe Chandiram who shot low past Stuart Norman for his first club goal.
Just a couple of minutes later and the lead was doubled when Norman crashed into Yashwa Romeo earning the home side a penalty which Ryan O'Toole fired past Norman.
Kyle Anthony should have headed Windsor further in front as should Porter with an effort from the edge of the area but both were well saved by Norman.
Norman was again on hand to deny O'Toole as Camberley started to get back into the match and came close when Adam Cornell's effort deflected off Chris Ellis and clipped the cross bar.
Romeo could have added a third in injury time when he raced clear of the defence but his effort may have beaten Norman but failed to beat the post.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams