|Hugo SOBTE||1||Kane WINMAN|
|Kai DAVIS||2||Luke PAYNE|
|Jamie DI GIUSEPPE||3||Sam HILL|
|Luke BROOKS-SMITH||4||Mark PRITCHETT|
|Victor OCANSEY||5||Macaulay HERBERT|
|Ben SMYTH||6||Tyreece BRISCOE|
|George GOULD||7||Will DAWES|
|Paul COYNE||8||Kieran ALDER|
|Daniel ROBERTS||9||Shayne BRADLEY|
|Kane FITZGERALD||10||Ryan DOBBINS|
|Andrew INGRAM||11||Henry BIRKETT|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||12||Warren MANN|
|Jack DENTON||14||Dominik KENT|
|Fabio NUNES||15||Essa SABALLY|
|HT||Ryan Dobbins (off)|
Warren Mann (on)
|57'||Kane Fitzgerald (off)|
Fabio Nunes (on)
|66'||Andrew Ingram (off)|
Kieran Knight (on)
|77'||Luke Brooks-Smith (off)|
Jack Denton (on)
|85'||Kieran Alder (off)|
Dominik Kent (on)
|90'||Tyreece Briscoe (off)|
Essa Sabally (on)
|Gould 89'||Mann 49' (p)|
|44'||Henry Birkett||Tuffley Rovers|
|45+1'||Will Dawes||Tuffley Rovers|
Windsor left it late to snatch a point from the jaws of defeat on Saturday against a dogged and determined Tuffley side.
Mick Woodham shuffled his pack following the Boxing Day defeat at Virginia Water, Kane Fitzgerald started as replacement for Robert Lazarczuk and Jack Denton dropped to the bench.
Windsor started brightly enough with Fitzgerald and Ingram troubling the opposition defence. Tuffley broke quickly and Birkett was the first to trouble Hugo Sobte, his low drive saved well.
Shayne Bradley's physical presence was a headache for the centre back combination of Ben Smythe and Victor Ocansey. Bradley also helping out his defence from Di Giuseppe' Inswinging corner and Brooks-Smith whipped cross.
Windsor's best chance of the half fell to George Gould who's low drive was well saved by Kane Winman in the Rovers goal.
A poor first half ended goalless.
Rovers introduced Warren Mann at the break and it was he who broke the deadlock on 49 minutes, smashing home a penalty after Gould was harshly adjudged of handling in the area.
The goal should have sparked a home response but it was slow to come and Mann went close for the visitors before Gould shot inches wide and Di Giuseppe failed to connect with a Dan Roberts cross.
Kieran Knight was introduced with 25 minutes to play and it was KK who took the man of the match award, his hold up play allowing Windsor to build a head of steam, albeit a slow-burner.
The moment of the game was provided by George Gould who's volley attempt 6 yards out resulted in the ball smashing into his forehead, much to the amusement of the home support, Gould himself joining in the laughter.
As he dragged himself to his feet, Kai Davis picked the ball up, drove past the Rovers full back, played a brilliant wall ball off of Kieran Knight and crossed for Gould to stud home the equaliser.
Two half chances fell soon after but Windsor didn't do enough to win the game and Tuffley deserved their point for their resilience and organisation.
Windsor will need to dig deep, re-focus and play much better next weekend to trouble Uckfield in the Vase.
Courtesy of Matthew Stevens