|Justin COURTNAGE||1||Nick WATMORE|
|Chris ELLIS||2||Pete BROWN|
|Jamie DI GIUSEPPE||3||Tom COOPER|
|Jeff BROWN||4||Chris BARNES|
|Adam KIRBY||5||Jake GRIGGS|
|Aaron MINHAS||6||Martin WHITE|
|Dan MOLLOY||7||Tom O'REILLY|
|Eddie LAZARCZUK||8||Cris BETS|
|Barry DUNBAR||9||Charlie OAKLEY|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||10||Dan COX|
|Kyle LUCAS||11||Joe PANTONY|
|Nabil DOUHI||12||Joe STARLING|
|James QUINN||14||Jack COX|
|Travis RICHARDSON-HODGE||15||Oliver MACALLAN|
|Kyle JEFFREY||16||Allan REED|
|28'||Kyle Lucas (off)|
James Quinn (on)
|59'||Chris Ellis (off)|
Kyle Jeffrey (on)
J Cox (on)
|66'||Dan Molloy (off)|
Nabil Douhi (on)
|Di Guiseppe 25'|
R Lazarczuk 33'
R Lazarczuk 57'
R Lazarczuk 60'
R Lazarczuk 75'
R Lazarczuk 84'
|51'||D Cox||Ash United|
Windsor made it safely through to the next round of the Premier Challenge Cup with an impressive 8-1 win over Ash United.
Windsor manager Mick Woodham named starting eleven that had seen off Mole Valley 4-0 only 3 days ago.
Windsor made a slow start and it wasn't until 20 minutes in that they got there first sight on goal.
A good passing move ended with Robert Lazarczuk picking out Jamie Di Guiseppe who's effort was well saved by Nick Watmore.
Di Guiseppe had better luck a few minutes later when Lazarczuk rolled him the ball on the edge of the box and he fired a right footed effort past Watmore.
Minutes later and the lead was doubled when Ash failed to properly get the ball cleared from a corner and when the ball came back in Jeff Brown was able to bundle it into the net.
Shortly after Lazarczuk popped up with his first of the match courtesy of a 30 yard effort that curled into the top corner.
There was no let up for Ash and moments before the break Barry Dunbar added a fourth before Dan Cox managed to pull a goal back for the visitors.
The second half saw Windsor keep up the pressure on Ash and just before the hour increased their lead when Chris Ellis slipped the ball through to Lazarczuk who bent an effort round Watmore and inside the post.
Number 6 arrived soon after when Lazarczuk again let fly from the edge of the box to beat Watmore and complete his hat-trick.
A fine cross field ball from brother Eddie set Lazarczuk away again to grab his fourth and number his fifth and Windsor's eighth arrived in the final minutes when Watmore did well to block Lazarczuk's first effort but not the rebound.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams