|Justin COURTNAGE||1||Josh RICHARDSON|
|Kyle JEFFREY||2||Tim PITT|
|Jamie DI GIUSEPPE||3||Julius MNGADI|
|Jeff BROWN||4||Joe JACKSON|
|Adam KIRBY||5||Taylor GREEN|
|Aaron MINHAS||6||Bryan OBONYO|
|Dan MOLLOY||7||Dean THOMAS|
|Eddie LAZARCZUK||8||Tom MOONEY|
|Dan HICKS||9||Jamie READ|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||10||Danny BYRON|
|James QUINN||11||Darryl SAUNDERS|
|Travis RICHARDSON-Hodge||12||Adam ROBERTS|
|Kyle LUCAS||14||Robbie SITCH|
|Elliott WOODHAM||15||Jack HARMAN|
|Barry DUNBAR||16||Grant COOPER|
|Omar RIAZ||17||Adam FEARN|
|69'||Dan Hicks (off)|
Kyle Lucas (on)
|82'||Dan Molloy (off)|
Barry Dunbar (on)
Windsor had to settle for a share of the points after being held to their first goalless draw since April.
The home side welcomed back Dan Hicks from Marlow and Kyle Jeffrey from suspension who both went straight into the starting line up.
There were very few chances throughout the match with most of the play comprising of midfield battles.
Windsor's best chances of the first half both fell to Robert Lazarczuk who first found himself one on one with Josh Richardson only for the keeper to save and then hitting the bar from a Dan Molloy cross.
Sports also had a couple of chances that went just the wrong side of the posts.
The second half was very much like the first with all the action in midfield.
Windsor again came close when James Quinn picked out Eddie Lazarczuk who flicked on for Hicks only for Richardson to pull off a fantastic save.
Windsor did eventually get the ball in the net via Quinn only for the assistant referee to raise his flag for an offside.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams