|Craig BRADSHAW||1||Justin COURTNAGE|
|Matthew HUMPHREY||2||Kyle JEFFREY|
|Carl GARSTANG||3||James QUINN|
|Nick SOWDEN||4||Jake JENKINS|
|Doug FORD||5||Adam KIRBY|
|Daniel JEWELL||6||Aaron MINHAS|
|Freddie KELSEY||7||Travis RICHARDSON-HODGE|
|Matthew BUNYAB||8||Omar RIAZ|
|Dean GREENWOOD||9||Jason SHEEHAN|
|Perry COLES||10||Robert LAZARCZUK|
|Jamie HOPPITT||11||Kyle LUCAS|
|Marcus COUSINS||12||Barry DUNBAR|
|Sam SLATER||14||Max WOODLEY|
|Dale WEBB||15||Eddie LAZARCZUK|
|Emmanuel QUARSHIE||16||Owen RICHARDSON|
|Dave HILL||17||Carl DENNISON|
|77'||Omar Riaz (off)|
Eddie Lazarczuk (on)
|90+1'||Travis Richardson-Hodge (off)|
Barry Dunbar (on)
Windsor ended their three match losing streak by holding leaders Camberley Town to a 2-2 draw at Krooner Park.
Windsor got off to the best possible start when they took the lead inside the first three minutes.
Kyle Lucas picked out Robert Lazarczuk who's effort was saved allowing Omar Riaz to slot the ball past Craig Bradshaw at the second attempt.
Camberley almost hit back straight away when Perry Coles burst through only for him to shoot wide of the post.
Midway through the half and Camberley came close again when Matthew Buyan headed Dean Greenwood's corner against the bar.
That miss would quickly come back to haunt the hosts as Jason Sheehan was able to squeeze the ball across the box where Riaz was on hand to place the ball in the top corner to double the lead.
Justin Courtnage then did well to keep out Bunyan when he got on the end of Carl Garstang's long ball which was quickly followed by another fine save when Coles ficked on Greenwood's free kick.
Windsor looked s if they might just hold on until half time but two quick goals at the end of the half put pay to that.
Coles was quickest to react when Windsor failed to get the ball clear to half the defecite and it was wiped out completely when Jamie Hoppitt picked out Bunyan to head in for the second.
Both sides tried their hardest to alter the scores in the second half with Windsor enjoying the possession but Camberley the chances.
Coles had the better of the chances with him first hitting over from close range and the second ending with a superbly timed challenge from James Quinn.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams