Colliers Wood United: 1 Wester YOUNG, 2 Daniel HUGHES, 3 Jake HILL, 4 Tyrone NEWTON, 5 Luke HARMSWORTH, 6 Theo WOODHOUSE, 7 Ross CHALKE, 8 Hussain MOHAMMED, 9 Dan HARDING, 10 Sanchez BENALI, 11 Anis NUUR.
Subs: 12 Zana REMEZAN-ZAXO, 14 Moses KADDU, 15 , 16 , 17 .
Windsor: 1 Hugo SOBTE, 2 Emmanoyil GOGANOS, 3 Haydon CLACK, 4 George GOULD, 5 Riccardo CANNON, 6 Bradley PEARCE, 7 Nadir SHAFI, 8 Ellis JONES-ARYEH, 9 Kieran KNIGHT, 10 Robert LAZARCZUK, 11 Barry DUNBAR.
Subs: 12 George BOWLES, 14 Ashley SMITH, 15 Denzel BONILLA-HURTADO, 16 Usman LALUSTANI, 17 Luke BROOKS-SMITH.
Scorers: Dunbar 52'
Windsor picked up a deserved win seeing off Colliers Wood United 2-0 at Wibbadune.
Manager Mick Woodham handed a debut start to Haydon Clack and continued to show his faith in the youth teams with Denzel Bonilla-Hurtado, George Bowles and Usm Lalustani on the bench.
Both sides showed their intent from the opening whistle on what was a very heavy but surprisingly flat surface.
Hugo Sobte did well to turn Jake Hill's header even though the home full back was offside.
Nadir Shafi then sent a great ball into the box where a last ditch clearance prevented Barry Dunbar from giving the visitors the lead.
Shafi then saw his effort saved by Wester Young before Kieran Knight fired wide.
The hosts best chances seemed to be from set pieces around the area. Jake Hill and Sanchez Benali both had efforts well saved by Sobte.
Windsor's best chance of the half came from an Uman Lalustani free kick when the hosts failed to get clear and lead to an effort for Dunbar that was blocked, Clack hitting the bar and Ellis Jone-Areyh hitting wide.
Having aleady lost Robert Lazarczuk for Usma Lalustani, Windsor were forced to remove George Gould at half time and bring on Ashley Smith.
Windsor were ahead soon after half time when Clack's corner fell nicely for Dunbar who scramble the ball over the line.
The lead was doubled moments later when Dunbar found space on the egde of the box and after his effort pas parried by Young Knight nipped in for his 15th of the season.
Riccardo Cannon and Knight pulled further saves out of Young but failed to increase the lead.
The game flowed from end to end for the final 20 minutes with no real chances but plenty of robust challenges which saw Windsor hold on for the win.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams