|Daniel COLES||1||Oliver BROWN|
|Stephen NEWMAN||2||Tom KEMP|
|Zachary POWELL||3||Alex BRUCE|
|Luke HARMSWORTH||4||Chris ELLIS|
|Luke HACKETT||5||Dan HICKS|
|Steve HARNBROOK||6||Josh BRIANT|
|Matthew MALES||7||Jon JEBBISON|
|Jimmy BRAZIL||8||Arran FERGUS|
|Dominic FAELY||9||Ben HARRIS|
|Sam BOUGHEDDA||10||Robert LAZARCZUK|
|Billy BRAZIL||11||Matthew DAY|
|Alex MCKENZIE||12||George GOULD|
|Samuel CHARLES||14||Kane JONES|
|Luke FONTANA||15||Steve JONES|
|Ryan STEWART||16||Chris BERNARD|
|Steve HURD||17||Jordan IVE|
|65'||Jon Jebbison (off)|
Jordan Ive (on)
|74'||Ben Harris (off)|
Chris Bernard (on)
|Harmsworth 90+2'||Harrris 49'|
Windsor pulled of a dramatic injury time win to beat Dorking 2-1 at Meadowbak.
Windsor showed their intention of building on the midweek cup success and should have gone ahead in the opening seconds.
Robert Lazarczuk lobbed Daniel Coles only for the ball to come back off the bar and Arran Fergus but the rebound over.
Lazarczuk then cleared Luke Hackett`s header off the line from a Jimmy Brazil corner as Dorking started to look dangerous.
Dominic Faely then got through only to hit the post which setup Sam Boughedda who`s effort was blocked on the line by Tom Kemp.
Lazarczuk then had a great opportunity to send his side in ahead at half time but a fine save from Coles kept the scores level.
The opening minutes of the second half saw Windsor take the lead when Chris Ellis` free kick was onky cleares as far as Ben Harris who volleyed past Coles.
Windor could have put the game beyond Dorking with chances from Matthew Day and Arran Fergus with Day`s effort being tipped over and Fergus shooting wide.
Dorking had chances to get back into the match with Jimmy Brazil sending multiple free kicks bouncing procariously into the Windsor area only for no one to get on the end of then.
That all changed in injury when Brazil finally found the head of Luke Harmsworth to give Dorking what looked like a share of the points.
But Windsor were not finished just yet and from the kick off the ball found its way out to Lazarczuk who fizzed thr ball across the area for youth tean substitute Chris Bernard to slot the ball in the net.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams