|Rob BULLIVANT||1||Chris FOSTER|
|Andrew FAGAN||2||Robert APPIAH|
|Ryan PARSONS||3||Luke TURKINGTON|
|Kyle ANTHONY||4||Will DAY|
|Chris ELLIS||5||Alan BRAY|
|Yashwa ROMEO||6||Damien SMITH|
|Jake PARSONS||7||Ben WILKS|
|Joe CHANDIRAM||8||Marc-Anthony OKOYE|
|Leeyon PHELAN||9||Josh PEARSON|
|Michael CHENNELLS||10||Adam PRENTICE|
|Ben PORTER||11||Liam ROBERTS|
|Ryan O'TOOLE||12||Brad SMITH|
|Ryan ASHE||14||David KOULA|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||15||James MARINER|
|David TILBURY||16||Paul HARKNESS|
|Ben HARRIS||17||James WEST|
|HT||Leeyon Phelan (off)|
Ryan O'Toole (on)
|59'||Yashwa Romeo (off)|
Robert Lazarczuk (on)
|85'||Michael Chennells (off)|
Ben Harris (on)
J Parsons 53'
J Parsons 81'
Windsor FC have continued to keep up the pressure on Guildford City with a 4-0 home win against Badshot Lea.
With games rapidly running out for Windsor to close the gap all they can do is keep adding points to their table total.
It was another quick start for Windsor with Yashwa Romeo finding the side netting in the opening moments.
Windsor were soon the the lead when a quick throw from Chris Ellis had Will Day in two minds which allowed Leeyon Phelan to loop the ball over Chris Foster and into the net.
A lack of chances in the first half saw no change to the scoreline but soon after the break Windsor doubled their lead.
Chris Ellis picked out Romeo and his through ball set up Jake Parsons to strike superbly past Foster.
Marc-Antony Okoye had a great chance to get Badshot back into the game when he was left unmarked in the box only to be denied by a fantastic one handed save from Rob Bullivant.
The match was well and truly wrapped up when Alan Bray and Ryan O'Toole collided on the edge of the area allowing Jake Parsons to pick up the loose ball and beat Foster.
There was still time for a fourth when Ben Porter found O'Toole on the edge of the area and his low effort gave Foster little chance to keep the ball out.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams