|Mark BANFRY||1||Chris ADAMS|
|David TILBURY||2||Liam WOOZLEY|
|Ryan PARSONS||3||Chris SMITH|
|Fergus MOORE||4||Jamie SMITH|
|Kyle ANTHONY||5||Harry SWABEY|
|Ryan ASHE||6||Dom SLEET|
|Chris GIBSON||7||Tom NUGENT|
|Joe CHANDIRAM||8||Jose SILVA|
|Grant KEMP||9||Andy BRANT|
|Ryan O'TOOLE||10||George ARCHER|
|Ben HUDDELL||11||Darren LENTIN|
|Brandon BLAIR||14||Davin JOHN|
|Adam RICHARDS||15||Harry CLOWES|
|Andrew CARTER||17||Hugo FERNANDES|
|38'||Chris Gibson (off)|
Brandon Blair (on)
|HT||Grant Kemp (off)|
Kane Jones (on)
|79'||Brandon Blair (off)|
Andrew Carter (on)
|89'||Fergus Moore (off)|
Adam Richards (on)
O'Toole 87' (p)
Windsor continued to make good progress in their pre-season schedule with a 2-0 win against Hellenic Premier neighbours Bracknell Town.
A much stronger side than Tuesday night still took a while to get going in the warm conditions but rarely looked troubled.
It wasn't until the later stages of the first half that the game came to life as Windsor were denied a penalty when Chris Adams pulled down Ryan O'Toole after the Windsor striker had seemed to get past him.
Moments later Joe Chandiram's ball into the box found Ben Hudell but his effort flew over the bar.
Windsor kept up the pressure and finally took the lead five minutes into the second half.
The Bracknell defence failed to deal with a Windsor free kick and the ball eventually fell for Hudell who's low drive beat Adams.
Windsor manager Keith Scott introduce youngster Kane Jones at half time and he started to prove quite a handful.
Firstly he was unlucky not to have been able to control the ball from O'Toole's cross and the heading Hudell's cross just wide of the post.
Bracknell's best and only real opportunity came late in the second half when Darren Lenton headed Chris Smith's free kick just over the bar.
Windsor wrapped up the result in the final couple of minutes when Jones was brought down by Adams earning a penalty which O'Toole made no mistake with.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams