|Terry BUSS||1||Darren WALSH|
|Ricky FARNDEN||2||George GOULD|
|Joe JOHNSON||3||Harry BADDERLEY|
|Lee MORLEY||4||Kane JONES|
|Ricky OWEN||5||Andrew TARRANT|
|Paul BURROWS||6||Chris KELLY|
|James WOODS||7||Martin BRADSHAW|
|Josh BROOKS||8||Ben WILSON|
|Shaun PREDDIE||9||Ben HARRIS|
|Dwane ANTONIO||10||Robert LAZARCZUK|
|Anthony OAKS||11||Brandon BLAIR|
|Levi KING||12||Ryan GIBBS|
|Steve REDDINGS||14||Michal JAHODNIK|
|Adam BAIGENT||15||Oliver BEASLEY|
|HT||Kane Jones (off)|
Ryan Gibbs (on)
|62'||Brandon Blair (off)|
Oliver Beasley (on)
|84'||Ben Harris (off)|
Michal Jahodnik (on)
|89'||Chris Chris Kelly||Windsor|
Mick Woodham's new look Windsor FC continues to be a work in progress following a 6-1 defeat away at Hanworth Villa.
Having taken over just a week ago, Woodham has had to rebuild almost the entire squad and still has holes to fill.
It was another bad start for Windsor as they found themselves behind early on when Dwane Antonio crossed for James Woods to tap in.
Windsor looked to hit back soon after when Robert Lazarczuk's long throw found Ben Harris but he was denied by Terry Buss.
A fine double save from Darren Walsh denied both Paul Burrows and Josh Brooks before Joe Johnson latched onto Antonio's cross to double the lead.
Antonio then struck from distance to add a third before Windsor began to apply a bit of pressure.
Martin Bradshaw set up Lazarczuk but his effort was saved by Buss and then Harris was also denied by a fine save.
A poor start to the second half saw Johnson get his second and Hanworth's fourth when he struck from 20 yards.
Things started to briefly look up for Windsor when they pulled a goal back after Buss fumbled Lazarczuk's long thrown allowing Ben Wilson to bundle the ball over the line.
Two substitutes rounded of the scoring for the hosts with Levi King turning in Ricky Farnden's cross and then King turned provider to setup Leeyon Phelan.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams