|Windsor||Colliers Wood United|
|Carl DENNISON||1||Wester YOUNG|
|Victor OCANSEY||2||Alan STEVENSON|
|Jamie DI GIUSEPPE||3||Daniel HUGHES|
|Jake JENKINS||4||Chris BEARD|
|Adam KIRBY||5||Will BOYE|
|Amin KHOMSI||6||Adam SNOOK|
|Tyrone GODWYN||7||Charlie OTTAWAY|
|Jason SHEEHAN||8||Joe MEAD|
|Wayne HARVEY||9||Elijah OGUNSEYE|
|Barry DUNBAR||10||Dan HARDING|
|Kyle LUCAS||11||Mario EMBALO|
|Alessandro SANCESE||12||Charlie EMERY|
|Eddie LAZARCZUK||14||Owen DAVIES|
|Travis RICHARDSON-HODGE||15||Phil FRODSHAM|
|73'||Tyrone Godwyn (off)|
Travis Richardson-Hodge (on
Ogunseye 87' (p)
|71'||Boye||Colliers Wood United|
Windsor FC are out of the Premier Challenge Cup after a 4-5 defeat at home to Colliers Wood United.
Having made the semi-finals for the past two seasons Windsor were looking to make an impact and kick start their season.
Based on the early exchanges it looked as if Windsor would have no issue in getting through with Tyrone Godwyn and Wayne Harvey both going very close in the opening couple of minutes.
Windsor did take the lead when Jason Sheehan's cross found the head of Adam Kirby who sent the ball past Wester Young.
Wood mamaged to pull level when Dennison pushed away Mario Embalo's effort only for Dan Harding to put the ball in the net.
The scores stayed level for only a couple of minutes when Jake Jenkins ball forward was missed by Chris Beard allowing Barry Dunbar to pick out Kyle Lucas for a easy finish.
Shortly after half time it looked as if the match was over as Windsor added a third when Jamie Di Guiseppe's free kick was whipped in finding the head of Kirby for his second of the game.
From there it all started to unravel for Windsor as Wood struck twice in as many minutes.
Embalo broke down the left and crossed for Harding who made no mistake in putting the ball in the net.
Embalo then got the goal he had been threatening when he capitalised after the ball came flying back off the bar for him to head into an empty net.
Wood were very lucky not to go down to 10 men when Will Boye pulled back Harvey when he appeared to be through. They were also unlucky not to take the lead when Dennison did wel to save from Harding.
A mistake by Dennison then saw Harding complete his hat-trick before Wood were awarded a dubious penalty which Ogunseye fired past Dennison.
Lucas pulled a goal back with minutes to spare and then Windsor through that they had done enough to force extra time when Kirby headed in again only for the assistant referee's flag to bring an end to the celebrations.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams