|Stuart NORMAN||1||Carl DENNISON|
|Robert PARROT||2||Owen RICHARDSON|
|Liam JUPP||3||Chris DEAN|
|Vic KIRI||4||Jake JENKINS|
|Matthew STEER||5||Adam KIRBY|
|Brad PAGG||6||Amin KHOMSI|
|Ben PLACITO||7||Levi THACKERAY|
|Pat KIRBY||8||Eddie LAZARCZUK|
|Rikkie LETCH||9||Wayne HARVEY|
|Phil MOORE||10||Omar RIAZ|
|Adam BELLMAINE||11||Kyle LUCAS|
|Daryn HENNESEY||12||Allessandro SANCESE|
|Shane CHEESEMAN||14||Riccardo CANNON|
|Matt JACKSON||15||Ian GOSLING|
|Bruce MCPHAIL||16||Jagdeep MAKH|
|John BRANLEY||17||Barry DUNBAR|
|67'||Kyle Lucas (off)|
Riccardo Cannon (on)
|75'||Wayne Harvey (off)|
Barry Dunbar (on)
|81'||Owen Richardson (off)|
Alessandro Sancese (on)
Harvey 69' (p)
Windsor made it two wins in a row with a 4-0win away at Westfield.
Another quick start saw Windsor ahead within 3 minutes when Wayne Harvey broke away from a Westfield corner.
Harvey's cross was almost cut out by a defender but Omar Riaz was able to poke the ball in.
Adam Kirby almost doubled the lead minutes later when he had 2 attempts from an Eddie Lazarczuk long throw cleared off the line.
The lead was doubled on the half hour when Kyle Lucas got on the end of Levi Thackeray's cross to leave Stuart Norman with no chance.
Adam Bellmaine tested Carl Dennison's reaction's when his header seemed goalbound only for the ball to be pushed over the bar.
As half-time approached Windsor refused to reduce the pressure on the home defence and when Riaz added a third it was basically game over.
Windsor had a penalty appeal turned down when Brad Pegg sent Harvey tumbling but Westfield weren't so fortunate minutes later.
Matthew Steer brought down Riaz and this time the referee pointed at the spot and sent off Steer. Harvey stepped up to convert the spot kick for his first club goal.
Windsor were awarded a second spot kick when Pegg brought down Barry Dunbar. Pegg picked up his second booking of the match and unfortunately for Dunbar his spot kick was saved by Norman.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams