|Justin COURTNAGE||1||Craig ATKINSON|
|Chris ELLIS||2||Jason MINTON|
|Jamie DI GIUSEPPE||3||Tom WALSH|
|Kyle JEFFREY||4||Ali BROWN|
|Jake JENKINS||5||Marc VOCKINS|
|Aaron MINHAS||6||Craig BARKER|
|Kane JONES||7||Taylor WATTS|
|Omar RIAZ||8||Max EWARD|
|Barry DUNBAR||9||Sam ARGENT|
|Jason SHEEHAN||10||Shane HOLLAMBY|
|James QUINN||11||Elliot HOBDEN|
|Travis RICHARDSON-HODGE||12||Luke WALKER|
|Matthew LAZARCZUK||14||Dan BROWNLIE|
|Elliott WOODHAM||15||Jacob EXTON|
|Kyle LUCAS||16||Ben DILLON|
|Adam KIRBY||17||Joe LAWLER|
|62'||Chris Ellis (off)|
Matthew Lazarczuk (on)
|69'||Kane Jones (off)|
Travis Richardson-Hodge (on)
|84'||James Quinn (off)|
Kyle Lucas (on)
Di Guiseppe 90+1'
Windsor rounded off their season with a resounding 5-1 win over Hartley Wintney at Stag Meadow.
The game was barely 5 minutes old when Omar Riaz broke through the visitors defence to find James Quinn for the opener.
Minutes later Barry Dunbar struck wide from Jamie Di Guiseppe's cross before Riaz again got through the defence to set up Dunbar for Windsor's second.
With not even 15 minutes on the clock Riaz was proving to be a handful for the Hartley defence when he again got through setting up Dunbar for his second of the match.
Riaz almost bagged a goal himself when Kane Jones picked him out only for the effort to go wide of the post.
Hartley managed to pull a goal back when Shane Hollamby beat Justin Courtnage to the ball allowing him to set up Sam Argent for an easy finish.
Windsor continued to press in the second half with Jones firing over from close range and the Kyle Jeffrey heading against the post from a Di Guiseppe corner.
Dunbar completed his hat-trick mid-way through the seconod half when he managed to convert Jone's cross.
Windsor added their fifth in injury time through a Di Guiseppe free kick.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams