|Sam SOUTHERDEN||1||Rob BULLIVANT|
|Darren ROYALL||2||Andrew FAGAN|
|Daniel LANE||3||Ryan PARSONS|
|Zak GILL||4||Chris ELLIS|
|Gavin LANE||5||James TRIPP|
|Lewis FOGARTY||6||Kyle ANTHONY|
|Stuart MACLELLAN||7||Jake PARSONS|
|Jeff BROWN||8||Joe CHANDIRAM|
|John ISAAC||9||Ben HARRIS|
|Adam HARMAN||10||Ryan O'TOOLE|
|Lee THOMPSON||11||Ben PORTER|
|Matt MILLER||12||George GOULD|
|James PRITCHARD||14||Yashwa ROMEO|
|Adam PAGET||15||Ryan ASHE|
|John CASE||17||Darren WALSH|
|16'||Ben Porter (off)|
George Gould (on)
|65'||Ben Harris (off)|
Yashwa Romeo (on)
|84'||G Lane (off)|
|84'||Kyle Anthony (off)|
Ryan Ashe (on)
Windsor FC's first venture in the FA Cup ended in success with a 1-0 victory over Flackwell Heath.
The result could have quote easily gone the other way had it not been for Windsor keeper Rob Bullivant's fantastic form.
Although it was Bullivant who almost gave the hosts the lead when his clearance found Lee Thompson who lobbed Bullivant only strike the bar.
Bullivant recovered to make sure that John Isaac???s follow up was dealt with.
Isaac was again denied by Bullivant with a wonder save when he got on the end of Darren Royall???s cross.
Flackwell were further frustrated when Chris Ellis clipped Thompson in the area and the referee failed to give what looked a certain penalty.
Bullivant then pulled off another superb save to keep out Jeff Brown after he dispossessed Joe Chandiram to run through and strike form the edge of the area.
Despite looking like they would be on the wrong side of the scoreline Windsor somehow took the lead when Jake Parsons corner found Kyle Anthony on the edge of the area and his header was flicked in by Ryan O???Toole.
On the strike of half time Bullivant again denied Thompson when he got on the end of Royall???s low free kick.
The second half saw a better start for Windsor with early chances for Ben Harris ad O???Toole that were blocked and sent over the bar.
Isaac almost levelled when he headed over the bar but Windsor managed to hold on to win a match that they could have easily lost.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams