|Carl DENNISON||1||Nathan SILVER|
|Kyle JEFFREY||2||Luca RICCIO|
|Jamie DI GIUSEPPE||3||Alex LUIS|
|Lewis LEONETTI||4||Jack BROOME|
|Adam KIRBY||5||Jordan POWTON|
|James QUINN||6||Reid BROWN|
|Kane JONES||7||Seve MAYBERRY|
|Aaron MINHAS||8||James KNIGHT|
|Riccardo CANNON||9||Jemel JOHNSON|
|Jason SHEEHAN||10||Danny HORSCFROFT|
|Levi THACKERAY||11||Khlid SEWUSSI|
|Eddie LAZARCZUK||12||Ali DICKIE|
|Barry DUNBAR||16||Brandon BLAIR|
|Tyrone GODWYN||17||Bradley BROWN|
|HT||Levi Thackeray (off)|
Curtis Boweren (on)
|HT||James Quinn (off)|
Eddie Lazarczuk (on)
B brown (on)
|65'||Riccardo Cannon (off)|
Barry Dunbar (on)
|71'||Jamie Di Giuseppe (off)|
Owen Richardson (on)
Amin Khomsi (on)
|80'||Carl Dennison (off)|
Jones 90+1' (p)
Windsor fought back with 2 goals in the final ten minutes of the match to secure a 3-2 victory in the blistering heat at Stag Meadow.
A bright start saw Kane Jones blast over the bar and Ricardo Cannon head wide after good work from Levi Thackery.
Jamie Di Giuseppe forced Goalkeeper Silver into a spectacular one handed save before Jones popped up at the back post to smash home from close range to give Windsor the lead.
Jason Sheehan pulled the strings in the centre of the pitch, Jones looked dangerous throughout the first half.
There was no let up in temperature in the second half and both sets of players tried their best to get up and down the Stag Meadow carpet.
Kyle Jeffrey's combined well with Jones, nearly forcing a 2nd goal. Cannon inches away from a Jones cross shot.
At the other end Binfield went close with a header inches wide. They got their equaliser after some good work by Jemel Johnson, who found Mulberry in the area unmarked.
Adam Kirby did his best to drive Windsor forward and the introduction of Barry Dunbar, who showed some nice touches gave Windsor hope of victory.
It was however ex-Windsor player Brandon Blair who got his name on the scoresheet next. Catching the Windsor back line flat footed Blair moved into the penalty area before smashing home past Dennison.
Windsor tried to up the tempo and following a deep cross Lewis Leonetti controlled well before the ball hit his hand, despite the appeals he kept he nerve and fired into the corner of the net to level the scores.
Shortly after Dunbar was hauled to the ground attempting to meet a Sheehan cross.
With only minutes to go Jones chased a long ball forward, out-sprinting the tiring Binfield defender and forcing what appeared to be a corner. The referee had other ideas and awarded Windsor a penalty, which Jones fired high into the net at the park end.
Another decent workout in very hot conditions.
Courtesy of Matthew Stevens