|Carl DENNISON||1||Jake SOMERVILLE|
|Kyle JEFFREY||2||Sean FRASER|
|James QUINN||3||Ben EDWARDS|
|Chris ELLIS||4||Tom MORAN|
|Adam KIRBY||5||Reece YORKE|
|Aaron MINHAS||6||George SHORT|
|Jason SHEEHAN||7||Jake PARSONS|
|Eddie LAZARCZUK||8||Jamie MCCLURG|
|Kane JONES||9||Adam CORNELL|
|Robert LAZARCZUK||10||Warren HARRIS|
|Kyle LUCAS||11||James DOBSON|
|Dan MOLLOY||12||Guy HOLLIS|
|Jack BANKS||14||Ryan PARSONS|
|Owen RICHARDSON||15||Luke KNIGHT|
|Jamie DI GIUSEPPE||16||Sebastian COSTELLO|
R Parsons (on)
|56'||Kyle Lucas (off)|
Dan Molloy (on)
|61'||Jason Sheehan (off)|
Matthew Edwards (on)
|68'||Kane Jones (off)|
Jamie Di Giuseppe (on)
|73'||Robert Lazarczuk (off)|
Jack Banks (on)
|80'||Kyle Jeffrey (off)|
Owen Richardson (on)
R Lazarczuk 27'
Windsor FC continued their pre-season campaign with a well deserved 4-1 win over Southern League Premier side Slough Town.
Windsor fielded a much stronger side than that which had seen off Harefield United only a few days ago against a very strong Slough side.
It was the hosts that started the quicker of the two sides with Eddie Lazarczuk stinging the hands of Jake Somerville in the Slough goal from the edge of the area.
Shortly after Windsor took the lead when James Quinn cleared a Slough corner off the line to Robert Lazarczuk, who oicked out Kane Jones to finish with a fine lob over Somerville.
Slough came close to levelling when they hit the post before being forced into an early change when they lost Warren Harris.
Windsor went on to double their lead when a quick free kick to Quinn saw the left back deliver an inch perfect ball from the half way line onto the head of Robert Lazarczuk to send the ball past Somerville.
Somerville's day got even worse when a poor kick fell to the feet of Jones who was with the simple task of slotting the ball past the keeper.
Johnnie Dyer managed to pull a goal back just before half time when Windsor failed to get the ball clear.
Half time saw 4 changes by the visitors but this did nothing to help improve the scoreline for Slough.
Even when Windsor were reduced to 10 men following an altercation between Carl Dennison and Luke Knight there was still no way through.
Jamie DiGiuseppe put the icing on the cake with a stunning fourth goal when his free kick eluded Somerville to wrap up a well deserved win for Windsor.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams