|Carl DENNISON||1||Terry BUSS|
|Victor OCANSEY||2||Jordan WILLIS|
|Amin KHOMSI||3||Tom DILLOWAY|
|Jake JENKINS||4||Luke MULDOWNEY|
|Riccardo CANNON||5||Adam BAIGENT|
|Luke BROOKS-SMITH||6||Jack BUCKLE|
|Naheer NAWAF||7||Jesse ATIASE|
|Latif ERSKINE-MOORE||8||Alex MCGREGOR|
|Kyle ROCHFORD||9||Levi KING|
|Omar RIAZ||10||Kamaron ENGLISH|
|Travis RICHARDSON-HODGE||11||Steve LOVERIDGE|
|Thomas ABSALOM||12||Adam WILLIS|
|62'||King (off)||Hanworth Villa|
Windsor exacted an element of revenge for an early season mauling seeing off Hanworth Villa 3-1 at Stag Meadow.
Windsor went into the match having picked up only 1 win in their last five games.
Hanworth had already hit Windsor for 6 in the opening weeks of the season but it was the hosts that controlled this encounter from the start.
Luke Brooks-Smith's corner seemed too much for Terry Buss to handle allowing Riccardo Cannon the chance o shoot but hiss effort was blocked and deflected wide.
Moments later Windsor took the lead when a quick free kick by Brooks-Smith allowed Omar Riaz to play in Latif Erskine-Moore who ade no mistake in firing past Buss.
The lead was almost doubled mid-way through the half when Kyle Rochford picked out Naheer Nawaf who could only send the ball just wide of the post.
Windsor continued to look to build on their lead and carried the pressure through to second half.
Following a poor Hanworth corner Dennison launched the ball upfield which saw Rochford, Nawaf and Travis Richardson-Hodge converge on Buss who failed to take the ball cleanly allowing Rochford to roll the ball into the net.
This was almost repeated a minute later when Nawaf got on the end of Dennison's long ball but this time was denied by Buss.
Windsor added a third and effectively killed off the match when Victor Ocansey picked out Rochford who set up Nawaf to fire in from the edge of the area.
Hanworth did manage to pull a goal back shortly before the end when Windsor failed to get the ball clear allowing Adam Baigent to put the ball past Dennison.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams