|Francis AMEYAW||1||Mark BANFRY|
|Marc SIMMS||2||David TILBURY|
|Danny BADA||3||Ryan PARSONS|
|Eamon VAUGHAN||4||Fergus MOORE|
|James CECIL||5||Kyle ANTHONY|
|Billy LIPPETT||6||Ryan ASHE|
|Danny DAVENPORT||7||Yashwa ROMEO|
|Sam MORGAN||8||Matthew SEEDEL|
|Ricardo BROMFIELD-CAINES||9||Ben PORTER|
|Claudio DE ALMEIDA||10||Ryan O'TOOLE|
|Terry FENNESSEY||11||Joe CHANDIRAM|
|Jamel DEWEENER||12||Grant KEMP|
|Tom PRATT||14||Craig BARTLETT|
|Joshua REDDINGTON-THOMAS||15||Ben HUDDELL|
|George GLEDHILL||16||Alex JEFFERS|
|Mark CECIL||17||George GOULD|
|65'||Yashwa Romeo (off)|
Alex Jeffers (on)
|85'||Fergus Moore (off)|
Grant Kemp (on)
Windsor and Croydon had to settle for a share of the spoils as they both failed to find the net in a 0-0 draw.
Windsor included their two new signings with Matt Seedel starting and Alex Jeffers on the bench.
Francis Ameyaw was to be in the busier of the two goals first watching Fergus Moore head over and then did well to save at the feet of Ben Porter.
From the resulting Ryan Ashe corner Kyle Anthony also headed over when unchallenged.
Ashe then had an effort well saved before Windsor were turned down what looked to be a stone wall penalty when Danny Sada brought down Yashwa Romeo.
Windsor continued to apply pressure after the break when Ashe shot across goal and just wide closely followed by Ryan O'Toole lobbing Ameyaw and the bar.
Jeffers came off the bench and almost made an immediate impact when he sent the ball just wide of the post.
Porter could have grabbed the points in the closing moments but was again denied by Ameyaw.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams