|Liam STONE||1||Mark BANFRY|
|Andrew GRACE||2||George GOULD|
|Ash-lee JAMES||3||Oliver BEASLEY|
|Dale WEBB||4||Tom KEMP|
|Danny JEWELL||5||Will DUNLOP|
|Danny FISHER||6||Tom MUDGE|
|Jack BARTON||7||Martin BRADSHAW|
|Brett COOPER||8||Chris KELLY|
|Junior OWUSU-AKONOR||9||Ben HARRIS|
|Dayu OSLLITULA||10||Robert LAZARCZUK|
|Dwayne COULTRESS||11||Codie SUMNER|
|Luke TURKINGTON||12||Andrew TARRANT|
|Matt HUMPHRIES||14||Ben WILSON|
|James MUIR||17||Sam RICHARDS|
|68'||Codie Sumner (off)|
Mustapha Mohammed (on)
Windsor finally picked up their first point under Mick Woodham drawing 0-0 away at Camberley Town
Having shipped 17 goals in the past 3 matches while trying to build a new squad Windsor welcomed a much needed clean sheet.
From the start Windsor went straight for goal with Ben Harris coming close direct from the kick off.
Rob Lazarczuk then setup Codie Sumner but he sent the ball wide.
Martin Bradshaw battled well to pull the ball back for Harris but effort was well saved by Liam Stone who was on hand again to deny Will Dunlp jst minutes later.
Harris then dished out some punishment to Camberley wood work when he first hit a 40 yard free kick against the bar and then struck the outside of the post.Two early second half Lazarczuk corners almost set up Tom Kemp and Harris but Kemo's was saved and Harris' just wide.
Camberley then started to hit back when Andrew Grace burst through only to be denied by Mark Banfry with Junior Owusu-Akonor putting the rebound wide.
Danny Jewell then hit the bar on two seperate occasions as both sides had to settle for a point.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams