|Carl DENNISON||1||Bobby KHAIRA|
|Josh WALDRON||2||Billy FRASER|
|Jamie DI GIUSEPPE||3||Dujon DESGURANTE|
|Charlie GRAVES||4||Luke BALDWIN|
|Adam KIRBY||5||Cameron GILMARTIN|
|Luke BROOKS-SMITH||6||Matt HUBBARD|
|Barry DUNBAR||7||Dean MCDONNELL|
|Jason SHEEHAN||8||Jordan BERRY|
|Charlie SAMUEL||9||Ronnell DENNISS|
|Omar RIAZ||10||Sam SAYDEE|
|Stephane DEED||11||Josh QUADRY|
|Jack BANKS||12||Gibson PASMA|
|Victor OCANSEY||14||Christian BARRETT|
|HT||Jason Sheehan (off)|
Amin Khomsi (on)
|69'||Barry Dunbar (off)|
Jack Banks (on)
|80'||Charlie Graves (off)|
Jake Jenkins (on)
|Brooks-Smith 47' (p)|
|33'||Jamie Di Giuseppe||Windsor|
Windsor suffered their fourth defeat of the season going down 2-3 at home to AFC Hayes.
Windsor had started well but it was the visitors that went ahead after just 15 minutes when Carls Dennison up-ended Sam Saydee conceeding a penalty that Joradn Berry converted.
Saydee then doubled he lead moments later when he got on the end of a low cross as both sides tried to push to enhance the score.
It wasn't until the second half that the game really came to life.
Windsor were gifted a way back into the match when Cameron Gilmartin brought down Charlie Samuel with Luke Brooks-Smith slotting home the penalty for his first club goal.
The visitors then felt hard done by when referee Luis Nunes failed to send off Charlie Graves after he kicked out at Saydee, although the strikers theatrics on the floor did him no favours.
Windsor then drew level when the AFC defence failed to clear Brooks-Smith's corner allowing Barry Dunbar to poke the ball in.
The scores were level for only a matter of minutes when Saydee was allowed to walk through the home defence and slot past Dennison.
Windsor had one last effort in injury time when another coner fell for Jamie Di Guiseppe on the edge of the area but his effort was well saved by Bobby Khaira.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams