|Ben HARRIS||1||Luke RAGETTIS|
|Matthew HOLLIDAY||2||Jack POLLETT|
|Michael FERGUSON||3||Chris WELLER|
|Tom KEMP||4||Tom WINDSOR|
|Tom MUDGE||5||Anthony JUPP|
|Dan HICKS||6||Steve ROLLINSON|
|Martin BRADSHAW||7||Lewis FORSDICK|
|Chris DEAN||8||John ELDRED|
|Kane JONES||9||Karl PARKER|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||10||Nathan JUPP|
|Stanley MUGISHA||11||Dave BROWN|
|Oliver BEASLEY||12||Leroy HYETT|
|Codie SUMNER||14||Martin HARRIS|
|Gary CURRELL||17||Ian CHATFIELD|
|66'||Arran Ferguson (off)|
Rajbinder Gill (on)
|66'||N Jupp (off)|
|79'||Kane Jones (off)|
Codie Sumner (on)
|Mugisha 19'||N Jupp 27'|
|57'||N Jupp||Horley Town|
Windsor were denied a worthy point by a last minute winner as they went down 2-1 at home to Horley Town.
Both sides had selection issues going into the match leaving either side without a recognised goalkeeper.
Mark Banfry and Sam Richards were both unavailable from Windsor leaving Ben Harris prevent goals rather than score them.
Horley's custodian was stuck on the M25 following an earlier fuel spill forcing midfielder Luke Ragetti between the sticks.
Windsor enjoyed the better of the opening 45 minutes and could have gone ahead early on when Tom Mudge's header from a Robert Lazarczuk free kick was cleared.
Windsor were then denied a stonewall penalty when Lazarczuk's corner fell for Mudge and his shot was handled on the line by Chris Weller.
That disappointment was short lived as Windsor soon took the lead when Stanley Mugisha went through and chipped the ball over Ragetti.
Horley were level minutes later after Dave Brown got round Matt Holliday to cross for Nathan Jupp to finish from close range.Kane Jones should have restored the lead for Windsor in the later stages of the half when Ragetti fumbled Holliday's cross only for Jones to fire into the side netting.
Windsor continued to press after half time with chances for Mugisha and Lazarczuk both being well saved.
Lazarczuk again provided the ammunition for the forward line with two hugh trows with the first being deflected across the goal and the second cleared by Weller.
The killer blow for Windsor came in the final minute when Horley broke from a Windsor corner with Brown going through to beat Harris.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams