|Ini AMAEIBE||1||Rob BULLIVANT|
|Daniel HAILSTONES-HOPKINS||2||David TILBURY|
|Kristian HALE||3||Ryan PARSONS|
|Conor CARROLL||4||Fergus MOORE|
|Chris KORTEN||5||Chris ELLIS|
|Roy BYRON||6||Geroge GOULD|
|Ian BATES||7||Kyle ANTHONY|
|Michael PONT||8||Joe CHANDIRAM|
|Kobi OSEI||9||Yashwa ROMEO|
|Daryl ATKINS||10||Ryan O'TOOLE|
|Jumo MITCHELL||11||Dapo ABITOGUN|
|Adrian DINHAM||12||Ben PORTER|
|Taiwo EDUN||14||Joe HATCHER|
|Hector GUTIERREZ||15||Ryan ASHE|
|Arlys MUREIRA||17||Mark BANFRY|
|88'||George Gould (off)|
Joe Hatcher (on)
|Atkins 61'||Romeo 24'|
O'Toole 45' (p)
Windsor continued their quest for promotion from the Combined Counties Premier Division with an impressive 4-1 win away at Wembley.
This was the second attempt at playing this fixture after the first was cancelled due to to the London riots in August.
It was a good start for Windsor with Ryan O'Toole first bursting down the left to set up Yashwa Romeo who was just beaten to the ball.
O'Toole then cam close himself when the ball broke kindly for him but he sent the ball over the bar.
Wembley showed glimpses of why they possibly should be higher in the table than they are and when Daryl Atkins curled an effort round the post they came very close to taking the lead.
Windsor weren't so wasteful in front of goal and when Dapo Abitogun picked out Romeo the Windsor striker made no mistake in beating Ini Amaeibe.
The lead should have been doubled moments later when Kyle Anthony headed George Gould's cross against the bar and Abitogun sent the follow up effort high over the bar.
Windsor did double the lead on the stroke of half time when Amaeibe clattered into Anthony in the area earning a penalty which Ryan O'Toole calmly slotted past the keeper.
Wembley started well in the second half with Osei having a header from an Ian Bates cross well saved by Rob Bullivant.
The hosts kept up the pressure for the opening moments of the half and soon got their reward.
A mistake by Chris Ellis allowed Atkins in and a sublime chip over the on-rushing Bullivant got them back into the match.
It should have got even worse for Windsor when Anthony went through Bates, having already been booked, but got away with a talking to.
The referee's decision would come back to haunt Wembley as minutes later Anthony added a third when he got his head to Jo Chandiram's corner.
Windsor wrapped up the points in the final minute when a poor pass by Amaeibe was cut out by Chandiram leaving O'Toole with only the keeper to beat who he calmly lobbed for the fourth.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams