|Hugo SOBTE||1||George HYDE|
|Emmanoyil GOGANOS||2||Scott ROBSON|
|Ashley SMITH||3||Mark BEVAN|
|George GOULD||4||Ryan SMITH|
|Andrew INGRAM||5||Adam PULLIN|
|Riccardo CANNON||6||Ryan BRACKPOOL|
|Barry DUNBAR||7||Alex BARBARY|
|Ellis JONES-ARYEG||8||Ben HERDMAN|
|Kieran KNIGHT||9||Kyle HOUGH|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||10||Kerran BOWLAN|
|Nadir SHAFI||11||Tate GREENWAY|
|Usman LALUSTANI||12||Jack POPLETT|
|Denzel BONILLA-HURTADO||14||Matthew FAIRBROTHER|
|Gus BOWLES||15||Rob BURBRIDGE|
|Bradley PEARCE||16||Matt CHAPMAN|
|Henry POOLE||17||Richard WETTON|
|58'||Tate Greenway (off)|
Richard Wetton (on)
|58'||Kerran Bowlan (off)|
Matt Chapman (on)
|72'||Nadir Shafi (off)|
Denzel Bonilla-Hurtado (on)
|88'||Barry Dunbar (off)|
Usman Lalustani (on)
|88'||Ryan Smith (off)|
Jack Poplett (on)
|90+3'||Kieran Knight (off)|
George Bowles (on)
Knight 87' (p)
|72'||Ryan Smith||Horley Town|
|87'||George Hyde||Horley Town|
Windsor made it through to the last four of the Premier Challenge Cup with a 2-0 win over Horley Town.
Both sides took their time to get used to the wet and slippy surface with Windsor enjoying the better of the early chances.
Robert Lazarczuk struck from distance forcing George Hyde into a fine save.
From the resulting corner the ball fell nicely for George Gould and his acrobatic effort had to be tipped over the bar by Hyde.
Windsor came close again when Kieran Knight hit the bar before having another effort saved by Hyde.
The hosts took a deserved lead on the stroke of half time when Lazarczuk fed the ball through to Nadir Shafi who raced through and calmly slotted the ball past Hyde into the corner of the net.
The second half was a quieter affair until the closing minutes.
A double block on the line by the Horley defence denied both Knight and Dunbar before Hyde gave Windsor the perfect chance to seal the win.
Dunbar chased down what appeared to be a lost cause with Hyde trying to see the ball out for a goal kick.
The ball failed to go out allowing Dunbar to nick the ball from the feet of Hyde and race into the box where Hyde proceeded to pull him down.
Knight stepped up to put the ball past Hyde to book a place in the semi-finals.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams