|Curtis MEARE||1||Hugo SOBTE|
|Daniel COMER||2||Kai DAVIS|
|Mark FLANAGAN||3||Jamie DI GIUSEPPE|
|Matthew CHEETHAM||4||Luke BROOKS-SMITH|
|Chris JACKSON||5||Barry HAYLES|
|Bradley COX||6||Ben SMYTH|
|Benjamin COOK||7||Kane FITZGERALD|
|Callum WRIGHT||8||Paul COYNE|
|Stephen ROBERTSON||9||Daniel ROBERTS|
|Daniel SADLER||10||Robert LAZARCZUK|
|Jack DUNMALL||11||Kieran KNIGHT|
|Benjamin SADLER||12||Andrew INGRAM|
|Connor MATTIMORE||14||Matthew STOCKILL|
|Ryan MARKHAM||15||Jack HALL|
|52'||Ben Smyth (off)|
Jack Hall (on)
|59'||Luke Brooks-Smith (off)|
Matthew Stockill (on)
|80'||Stephen Robertson (off)|
Connor Mattimore (on)
|82'||Benjamin Cook (off)|
Ryan Markham (on)
|90+3'||Daniel Sadler (off)|
Jordan Parrott (on)
D Sadler 48'
|51'||Bradley Cox||Wantage Town|
|64'||Jack Dunmall||Wantage Town|
It started poorly and didn't get any better and ultimately Windsor were well beaten on the day by title challenging Wantage Town.
Already without George Gould, Victor Ocansey and Luke Appleton, Mick Woodham lost Andrew Ingram in the warm up and was forced to play Barry Hayles at Centre Back.
Wantage took full advantage of the last minute change and went held in the first minute, a wonder strike from Dunmall from twenty five yards giving Hugo Sobte no chance. Windsor, playing against the wind and up the slope, found it difficult to get a foothold in the game and with Lazarczuk struggling with a thigh injury rarely threatened.
Hayles was involved throughout and with the help of Ben Smythe snuffed out most of the Wantage attacking play. Occasionally Windsor threatened the opposing penalty area, and if it wasn't for a brilliant save from the home keeper, Kane Fitzgerald would have equalised. Windsor huffed and puffed but would have been satisfied going into the break at only one goal down.
Playing with the wind at their backs in the second half, any momentum Windsor would have been hoping for was stopped in its tracks within five minutes of the restart. A momentary loss in concentration allowing the home side to double their lead.
Now kicking with the wind Windsor did not use it well, all too often over hitting through balls. The introduction of Jack Hall and Matt Stockill threatened to change the style of play, by now Windsor had convinced themselves high and long was the route to getting back into the game.
Barry Hayles did have the ball in the net with ten minutes remaining. His goal ruled out by the referee for a foul on the home goalkeeper.
A game that will live short in the memory.
Courtesy of Matthew Stevens