|Ian CHATFIELD||1||George GOULD|
|John ELDRED||2||Matthew DAY|
|Chris WELLER||3||Carl GARSTANG|
|Tom WINSOR||4||Jay KALAMA|
|Danny GUSCOTT||5||Michael BUTCHER|
|Ben HERDMAN||6||Aaron MINHAS|
|Martin HARRIS||7||Eddie LAZARCZUK|
|Ryan BRACKPOOL||8||Conrad JOSEPH|
|Adam PULLIN||9||Kane JONES|
|Ashley NADESEN||10||Richard WHITTINGHAM|
|Dave BROWN||11||Jason SHEEHAN|
|Nathan JUPP||12||Harry PEARSE|
|Scott FABER||14||Kane FITZGERALD|
|Harry KIRBY||15||Tom KEMP|
|Nadesen 26'||Gould 89'|
Windsor FC secured a share of the points in dramatic style drawing 1-1 away at Horley Town.
Going into the match Windsor manager Mick Woodham was without 5 of normal starting eleven including Rob Bullivant (injured), Robert Lazarczuk (work), Luke Dexter (work), Elliott Legg (signed for Hitchin Town) and Tom Kemp (work).
The absence of Bullivant left Woodham with no available keeper which lead to George Gould sacrificing his usual job of scoring goals to stopping them.
Despite a 'weakened' side, Windsor put up a stern resistance to the Horley attack and a good save by Gould from Adam Pullin in the opening 10 minutes showed they weren't going down without a fight.
Windsor made chances of their own with Kane Jones' cross almost leading to an own goal when Tom Winsor deflected the ball wide.
Jones then found himself through again but this time fire just wide of the post from Michael Butcher's long ball.
Horley took the lead midway through the half when Windsor failed to get the ball clear allowing Ashley Nadesen to strike from the edge of the box with he ball going in off the post.
The home side may have edged the half on changes and possession but Windsor were far fro being out of the game and looked to step up the pressure in the second half.
The second half got underway with Horley trying to put the game to bed and Windsor trying to get back in to it.
Horley spurned chances as the ball flew past both bar and posts and Windsor also spurned chances as Jones and Jay Kalama both sent headers the wrong side of the posts.
With the game drawing to a close the drama started to unfold when Windsor won a last minute corner.
Gould raced up the pitch to give his side an additional attacking threat and duly rose above everyone else to head Richard Whittingham's corner past Ian Chatfield.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams