|Rob BULLIVANT||1||Francis AMEYAW|
|Andrew FAGAN||2||Jordan BINNS|
|Ryan PARSONS||3||Kiemon ROBINSON|
|Chris ELLIS||4||Karl DOUGLIN|
|James TRIPP||5||James CECIL|
|Kyle ANTHONY||6||Jason THOMPSON|
|Jake PARSONS||7||William SALES|
|Gavin SMITH||8||Eamonn GAUGHAN|
|Ben HARRIS||9||Claudio DE ALMEIDA|
|Ryan O'TOOLE||10||Jamie MARRIOTT|
|Joe CHANDIRAM||11||Leon MCDOWELL|
|George GOULD||12||Oliver HUNT|
|Ryan ASHE||14||John FOWLER|
|Yashwa ROMEO||15||Alexander BELO|
|70'||Ben Harris (off)|
Yashwa Romeo (on)
|85'||Ryan Ashe (off)|
Mustapha Mohammed (on)
|85'||George Gould (off)|
Ryan Gibbs (on)
|O'Toole 12' (p)|
J Parsons 69'
Windsor continued their good start to the season with a convincing 6-0 home win agsinst Croydon.
With Ben Porter, Andrew Fagan and Gavin Smith all unavailable for the match Manager Keith Scott brought in youth team players Ryan Gibbs, Luke Theobalds and Mustapha Mohammed.
It was a good start for the home side who soon found themselves in front when Ben Harris broke through only to be felled by Eamonn Gaughan earning a penlaty.
Ryan O'Toole stepped up to slot the ball past Francis Ameyaw to notch up his 6th of the season.
Windsor's second came soon after when Chris Ellis' long throw found the head of Kyle Anthony to double the lead.
Croydon could have halved the deficite when James Cecil headed Kiemon Robinson's corner wide of the post but it was Windsor who further increased their lead.
Jake Parsons cross found Harris unmarked at the far post to head in Windsor's third.
Croydon were given a further chance to lower the gap when Geroge Gould fouled Jamie Marriott but Jason Thompson was unable to get the spot kick past Rob Bullivant.
O'Toole added a fourth just after half time when he was put through by Harris and then rounded Ameyaw before rolling the ball into the net.
Harris almost added a fifth but he fired just over closely followed by Jake Parsons hitting just wide of the post.
Parsons did manage to add to the score line when Harris was again the provider to set up the Windsor winger who ronded Ameyaw before finishing.
The sixy came soon after when Joe Chandiram recovered well to send the ball in from the left for Gould to poke home.
O'Toole and Chandiram tried their luck from distance to increase the lead but Ameyaw had suddenly come to life pulling off a few good saves.
There was still time before the end to introduce a couple of the youngsters with Ryan Gobbs and Mustapha Mohammed coming on for the final few minuites.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams