|Rob BULLIVANT||1||Wester YOUNG|
|Ryan GIBBS||2||Matt KNIGHT|
|Alex BRUCE||3||Tom DILLOWAY|
|Tom KEMP||4||Andy GRAVES|
|Michael BUTCHER||5||Jordan MCCARTNEY|
|Jason SHEEHAN||6||Dean THOMAS|
|Richard WHITTINGHAM||7||Nick WHITE|
|Luke DEXTER||8||Tom WINDSOR|
|George GOULD||9||Arnold TAWONEZVI|
|Jake LOVELL||10||Lewis ACKERMAN|
|Harry PEARSE||11||Emmanuel QUARSHIE|
|Brandon BLAIR||12||Joseph GRANT|
|Eddie LAZARCZUK||14||Sam GALLIERS|
|Chris BERNARD||15||Steohen MWINIE|
|Jordan IVE||16||Paul CROSS|
|31'||Alex Bruce (off)|
Brandon Blair (on)
|62'||Richard Whittingham (off)|
Jordan Ive (on)
Windsor suffered a rare defeat going down 0-1 at home against Molesey.
Manager Mick Woodham had to make 4 changes to his regular starting 11 with Matt Day, Chris Ellis, Dan Hicks all injured and Rob Lazarczuk working.
Added to that Jay Kalama was suspended resulting in Ryan Gibbs, Tom Kemp and Michael Butcher making up a makeshift defence and the youth team making up the bench.
It could have been a good start to the half had George Gould been able to direct his header from a Harry Pearse cross the right side of the post.
Moments later Molesey found themselves in front when Arnold Tawonezvi managed to get past Alex Bruce before curling the ball past Rob Bullivant.
Windsor then lost the sercives of their only remaining regular defender when Alex Bruce had to be replaced by Brandon Blair after encountering breathing difficulties.
Molesey almost doubled their lead when Tom Windsor struck the top of the bar and at the other end Jake Lovell saw his effort saved after being put through by Pearse.
The second half offered little from both sides and barring a couple of bookings past without incident.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams