|Rob BULLIVANT||1||Paul BORG|
|Andrew FAGAN||2||Dan HARTLEBURY|
|Ryan PARSONS||3||Jake GALBRAITH|
|Chris ELLIS||4||Paul BARTHOLOMEW|
|Joe CHANDIRAM||5||Aaron TAYLOR-IVES|
|Kyle ANTHONY||6||Ton BRUNTON|
|Jake PARSONS||7||Jamie HOUGHTON|
|Yashwa ROMEO||8||Tom HEDGES|
|Michael CHENNELLS||9||Dale MARVELL|
|Ryan O'TOOLE||10||Matt GRAVES|
|Ben PORTER||11||Lee PASSMORE|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||12||Luke MULDOWNEY|
|Mark SARGEANT||14||Brendan MATTHEWS|
|Ryan ASHE||15||Louis CHANDLER-JOSEPH|
|Fergus MOORE||16||John HAMSHER|
|73'||Ryan O'Toole (off)|
Robert Lazarczuk (on)
|82'||Chris Ellis (off)|
Fergus Moore (on)
|89'||Jake Parsons (off)|
Mark Sargeant (on)
Windsor FC gave their supporters the perfect Christmas present with a 4-1 win against Egham Town at Stag Meadow.
In front of a bumper crowd of 806 Windsor turned on the style to keep the pressure on Guildford City.
Windsor manager Keith Scott named a unchanged side to that which put 10 past Raynes Park Vale 10 days ago and it wasn't long before they took the lead.
Kyle Anthony set Ryan O'Toole away down the right and his ball into the box was eventually turned in by Joe Chandiram through a crowd of players.
Windsor kept up the pressure and had the ball sat a bit kinder for Michael Chennells maybe he would have done better with only Paul Borg to beat.
The second half started with a ray of hope for the visitors when Rob Bullivant had to be on hand to keep out Dale Marvell's free kick.
From there on it was basically the homes sides game to win as 3 goals in 6 minutes wrapped up the points.
Firstly Yashwa Romeo set up Michael Chennells to hit high into the top right hand corner of the goal.
Then it was the turn of Ben Porter to set up Romeo when he cut the ball back from the goal line for Romeo to finish from close range.
A minute later and Windsor killed off any hopes that Egham would have had of fight back when Ryan O'Toole popped up on the edge of the box to slam an effort low past Borg.
Egham did manage a late consolation when a good move between Lee Passmore and Dan Hartlebury saw the later curl an effort high past Bullivant and into the net.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams