|Simeon CHARLES||1||Rob BULLIVANT|
|Lee GRACE||2||Andrew FAGAN|
|Luke ABRAHAM||3||Ryan PARSONS|
|Habien TESIM||4||Chris ELLIS|
|Ben STEVENS||5||James TRIPP|
|Alex COLLARD||6||Ryan ASHE|
|Ryan BLAKE||7||Jake PARSONS|
|Daniel JONES||8||Joe CHANDIRAM|
|Danilson VICENTE||9||Yashwa ROMEO|
|Jack ROSS||10||Ryan O'TOOLE|
|Wayne O'SULLIVAN||11||George GOULD|
|James FAULKNER||12||Ben HARRIS|
|Lamar SIMPSON||14||Gavin SMITH|
|Marcus HUSSEY||15||Kyle ANTHONY|
|Ollie LYNCH||16||Ben PORTER|
|Mathew PRINCE||17||Darren WALSH|
|51'||Ben Harris (off)|
Yashwa Romeo (on)
|83'||Jake Parsons (off)|
George Gould (on)
Windsor made it safely to the next round of the FA Cup seeing off Evo-Stick Southern League Central Division side Aylesbury 2-0.
The visitors gor off to a flying start scoring both goals in the opening 4 minutes.
Windsor's quick fire opener came after just 2 minutes when James Tripp's long ball set Ben Harris through who sent the ball across the box for strike partner Ryan O'Toole to knock past Simeon Charles.
The second arrived just two minutes later when Joe Chandiram's free kick found O'Toole who managed to beat Lee Grace before running clear to fire past Charles.Had Harris not hesitated moments later Windsor could have run away with the game. The Windsor striker was put clear with only Charles to beat but a momentory pause allowed Charles to recover after looking stranded and beaten.
Aylesbury weren't without chances of their own and came very close when Ryan Blake found Danilson Vicente only for the ball to come back off the post and Blake put the rebound wide.
O'Toole then tried to turn provider as he setup Jake Parsons but his effort brushed the outside of the post.
There was further pressure on the Aylesbury goal as the half drew to a close when the home defence failed to clear Ryan Parsons free kick culminating with Andrew Fagan hitting the bar.
The start of the second half saw action at both ends with Rob Bullivant pulling off a fine save to keep out Wayne O'Sullivan's free kick and then a controversial moment at the other.
Ryan O'Toole and Ben Stevens competed for the ball which ended with Stevens knocking it back goalwards. Harris gave chase and beat Charles to the ball only for the keeper to send him crashing to ground for what everyone bar the referee saw as a stonewall penalty.
Aylesbury pushed on looking to get back into the match but fine strikes from Blake and Ollie Lynch were met by equally fine saves from Bullivant.
Windsor will now meet Didcot Town in the next round on Saturday 8th September.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams