|27'||Tom Badderley (off)|
Luke Wretham (on)
|HT||Cameron Kennedy (off)|
|HT||James Tripp (off)|
Jamie Essex (on)
|HT||Ben Sturgess (off)|
Jordan Dowdican (on)
|HT||Dan Rapley (off)|
Liam Tack (on)
|HT||Gurkan Gokman (off)|
Dan Molloy (on)
|60'||Tashan Dryer (off)|
Barry Dunbar (on)
|60'||Jamie West (off)|
Joe Gritt (on)
|63'||Andrew Dean (off)|
Joel Jacobs (on)
|65'||Lewis Leonetti (off)|
Denzel Bonilla-Hurtado (on
|66'||Ian Brooks (off)|
Omar Riaz (on)
|72'||Mitchell Woodward (off)|
|72'||Travis Richardson-Hodge (off)|
Naheer Nawaf (on)
|78'||Baboucarr Jarra (off)|
Windsor suffered a second defeat in as many games going down 3-4 against Flackwell Heath in their latest pre-season friendly.
Windsor manager Mick Woodham put out a fairly strong side with the returning Barry Dunbar and Omar Riaz on the banch.
The early pressure came the way of the visitors as tey had Windsor firmly camped in their own half.
With only a few seconds on the clock Ben Sturgess hit an effort into the ground which came back off the hosts cross bar via the hands of Cameron Kennedy.
Windsor were dealt an injury blow when Tom Badderley had to helped off the pitch with a groin strain which hopefully won't be bad enough to rue him out of the start of the season.
Andrew Ingram came close to putting Windsor ahead when Dan Wealt fumbled a free kick only for Ingram to put wide.
The hosts did better with their next effort when Dean Aldred's ree kick found the head of Lewis Leonetti who guided the ball past Wealt to give Windsor the lead.
The lead didn't last long as confusion in the home defence allowed Gurkan Gokmen to slide the ball past Kennedy to send the teams in level at half time.
Multiple changes at half time and in the early stages of the second half saw the game edge slightly in Windsor's favour and they should have taken the lead when Travis Richardson-Hodge picked out Ingram but his effort was weak and easy for Wealt.
Windsor started to see the game slip aweay from them as Dan Burnell hit two in eight minutes to give the visitors a 3-1 advantage.
Windsor fought back and with the introduction of Barry Dunbatr reduced the deficite when he slid the ball under Wealt closely followed by a low Denzel Bonilla-Hurtado cross which was converted by Riccardo Cannon to level the scores.
Just when a draw looked on the cards along came BUrnell to complete his hat-trick in the closing minutes.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams