|Matt PETTS||1||Carl DENNISON|
|James THOMAS||2||Matthew LAZARCZUK|
|Matt GRAHAM||3||Rajbinder GILL|
|George SPIERS||4||Jake JENKINS|
|Sean EVANS||5||Adam KIRBY|
|Luke WHIDDETT||6||Luke BROOKS-SMITH|
|Ross CHEEK||7||Charlie SAMUEL|
|Joe SOWDEN||8||Amin KHOMSI|
|Elliott CORDONA||9||Barry DUNBAR|
|Steve RAMSDEN||10||Jason SHEEHAN|
|Tom SMITH||11||Travis RICHARDSON-HODGE|
|Stan STAINES||12||Rory MERRICK|
|Matt GLASS||14||Owen RICHARDSON|
|Darren WILSON||16||Daniel SHARP|
|Ben WILLIAMS||17||Farid ABDILLAH|
|79'||Charlie Samuel (off)|
Owen Richardson (on)
|81'||Jason Sheehan (off)|
Daniel Sharp (on)
Graham 90+1' (p)
Windsor picked up a much needed 3 points with a 4-3 win over Farnham Town.
Forced into 4 changes from the side that lost against Westfield, Windsor manager Mick Woodham recalled Jake Jenkins and Travis Richardson-Hodge and gave starts to new signings Raj Gill and Matthew Lazarczuk.
There were a further 4 new signings on the bench in Rory Merrick, Daniel Sharp, Josh Waldron and Farid Abdillah.
Windsor couldn't have got off to a better start as after just 39 seconds Barry Dunber found himself with only Matt Petts to beat who he duly lobbed for the opening goal.
The hosts pushed to level the scores but an effort from Ross Cheek went over the bar and Tom Smith was denied by the in-form Carl Dennision.
Matt Lazarczuk's long ball then put Richardson-Hodge through only for the winger to fire just wide of the post.
Elliott Cordona thought he had done enough to pull level when he rolled the ball past Dennison only for Lazarczuk to clear off the line.
Farnham then picked up a fortunate free kick on the edge of the Windsor area which Steve Ramsden fired past Dennison to finaly level the score.
With the final kick of the half Windsor got themselves ahead when Charlie Samuel's corner was bundled over the line by Dunbar for his second of the match.
The start of the second half saw Windsor push to extend their lead.
Richardson-Hodge headed over an Amin Khomsi cross before Samuel extended the lead.
Samuel picked the ball up ust inside the Farnham half before advancing to the edge of the area and firing low past Petts.
Three soon became four as Samuel hit the goal of the game.
Dunbar hassled Sean Evans until the Farnham defender finally lost possesion of the ball to Samuel who managed to lob Petts from 20 yards for his second of the game.
Elliot Cardona pulled one back in the final 10 minutes before Matt Graham added a third from the spot after Dennison sent Cardona tumbling.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams