|Hasan HUSSAIN||1||Carl DENNISON|
|Jordan SINCLAIR||2||Victor OCANSEY|
|Jordan CHANDLER||3||Jamie DI GIUSEPPE|
|Mike FLOUNDERS||4||Baboucarr JARRA|
|Richard JEFFRIES||5||Riccardo CANNON|
|Liam HULPIT||6||Luke BROOKS-SMITH|
|Richy PALMER||7||Kane JONES|
|Robert MITCHELL||8||Amin KHOMSI|
|Matthew DAY||9||Barry DUNBAR|
|George DORE||10||Levi THACKERAY|
|Sam LYNHAM||11||Henry MONTAGUE|
|Martyn DALY||12||Jordan DOWDICAN|
|Steven EYANGO-BWANGA||14||Travis RICHARDSON-HODGE|
|Luke LEWIS||15||Naheer NAWAF|
|Fernando JOHNSON||16||Jake JENKINS|
|Neil ROSSMER||17||Latif ERSKINE-MOORE|
Windsor recorded their second victory in seven days, comfortably beating bottom of the table Cove away from home.
With the returning Kane Jones on the right hand side of a midfield four and Levi Thackeray playing alongside Barry Dunbar up front, Windsor created early chances at a rain swept Oak Farm.
Thackeray failed to connect with a Dunbar pass before returning the compliment, this time Dunbar dragging his effort wide.
Montague had a goal bound effort cleared and Dunbar had a glancing header from a Di Giuseppe cross brilliantly saved by the Cove keeper.
Montague then saw a header go inches wide and Di Giuseppe a rasping right foot effort clear the bar by millimetres.
On the half hour mark a Brooks-Smith corner was turned into his own net by a Cove defender.
Chances came and went with Jones a constant thorn in the Cove sides. On the stroke of half time Montague doubled Windsor's lead slotting home from close range.
The 2nd half took much the same pattern, Montague and Jones causing problems with Thackeray and Dubar having chances to add to the score line.
On the hour mark Thackeray did have the ball in the net, his effort was disallowed by the referee for a handball by Riccardo Cannon.
Cannon himself then had a glorious chance to score, his header shaving the crossbar from another dangerous Di Giuseppe corner.
From another Kane Jones run, Dunbar looked to have added a third goal, only for the linesmans flag to rule the goal out, despite Jones cross appearing to go backwards.
Brooks-Smith had a shot well saved and Dowdican, on as a substitute, couldn't finish a good move started by Khomsi.
Cove did briefly threaten but Windsor were comfortable winners.
Courtesy of Matthew Stevens