|Hugo SOBTE||1||Stuart NORMAN|
|Emmanoyil GOGANOS||2||Matt HUMPHREY|
|Ashley SMITH||3||Ryan SUCKLING|
|George GOULD||4||Adam WAREHAM|
|Andrew INGRAM||5||Phil MOORE|
|Riccardo CANNON||6||Jamie HOPPITT|
|Taufee SKANDARI||7||Marcus COUSINS|
|Gus BOWLES||8||Eliott AMADIEU|
|Barry DUNBAR||9||Luke HASKELL|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||10||Kevin WINTER|
|Keaton AUGUST||11||Moses KANANT|
|Jacob COOK||12||Mark JORDAN|
|Hadir SHAFI||14||Jamil ARMES|
|Luke BROOKS-SMITH||15||Freddie KELSEY|
|Ramel SUTHERLAND||16||Daniel JEWELL|
|Denzel BONNILA-HURTADO||17||Oliver ROYAN|
|61'||Moses Kanant (off)|
Mark Jordan (on)
|69'||Gus Bowles (off)|
Nadrir Shafi (on)
|75'||Barry Dunbar (off)|
Denzel Bonilla-Hurtado (on)
|78'||Elliott Amadieu (off)|
Jamil Armes (on)
|84'||Robert Lazarczuk (off)|
Ramel Sutherland (on)
|Bonilla Hurtado 80'|
|52'||Kevin Winter||Camberley Town|
|76'||Jamie Hoppitt||Camberley Town|
Windsor rounded off their season with a 1-0 win at home against Camberley Town.
In front of a bumper crowd of 382, Windsor were looking for a positive end to their season.
The first half was hardly brimming with chances and the few that did come mainly went the way of the hosts.
Windsor's best chance of the half fell to Barry Dunbar who found himself in space only for his effort to come back off the post.
Gus Bowles then had a good opportunity on for a defender to get in the way whcih was closely followed by Keaton August being bundled over but no penalty awarded.
The visitors best chance came when Marcus Cousins raced away following a Windsor free kick. Thinking he only had Hugo Sobte to beat Emmanoyil Goganos raced back with a crucial tackle to retrieve the ball.
The second half was no real different from the first in regard to the lack of chances.
Windsor lost main goal threat Barry Dunbar with 15 minutes to go when he received a nasty gash to the head and it was his replacement that would eventually settle the match.
Keaton August managed to get down the left and when his cross was flicked on by Andrew Ingram Denzel Bonilla-Hurtado was on hand to head the ball past Stuart Norman.
Nadir Shafi had a great chance to put the result beyond doubt when his close range effort deflected off a defender and wide.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams