|Rob BULLIVANT||1||Adam TURNER|
|Tom KEMP||2||Sean RYAN|
|Alex BRUCE||3||Jimmy STAMFORD|
|Chris ELLIS||4||Stuart BAMFORD|
|Dan HICKS||5||Cobi JONES|
|Josh BRIANT||6||Jack WATTS|
|Matthew DAY||7||Jack BEADLE|
|Luke DEXTER||8||Gavin BAMFORD|
|Arran FERGUS||9||Vinny HODGE|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||10||George BALDOCK|
|Kane JONES||11||Aston VENTOUR|
|Martin BRADSHAW||12||Harry DRIVER|
|Jordan IVE||14||Nduka AZAGBA|
|Chris BERNARD||15||George MARIES|
|Luke THEOBALDS||16||Dan LUCAS|
|66'||Arran Fergus (off)|
Jordan Ive (on)
|80'||Kane Jones (off)|
Chris Bernard (on)
|S Bamford 17'|
|56'||G Bamford||Bedfont Sports|
Windsor FC picked up a valuable 3 points with a 2-1 win at home against Bedfont Sports.
Having slipped up last week and no weekend match it was a perfect time for Windsor to get back to winning ways.
Windsor got stright down to business and were soon in front when Kane Jones flicked on ROb Bullivants long kick for Rob Lazarczuk to fire in from the edge of the area.
The lead lasted just 7 minutes as Bedfont draw level when Windsor failed to deal with Gavin Bamford's corner allowing Stuart Bamford to head past Bullivant.
Windsor re-took the lead after half time when quick thinking by Jones saw his free kick find Matthew Day who made no mistake in beating Adam Turner and netting his first goal.
Changes from both sides failed to change the score giving Windsor a much needed boost.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams