|Rob BULLIVANT||1||Mark SCOTT|
|James TRIPP||2||Jesse WALLERLASSEN|
|Ryan PARSONS||3||Mike CESTOR|
|Chris ELLIS||4||Mark RICKETTS|
|Andrew FAGAN||5||Joe MCNERNEY|
|James HOUGHTON||6||Brett JOHNSON|
|Jake PARSONS||7||Adam NEWTON|
|Joe CHANDIRAM||8||Jack PARKINSON|
|Yashwa ROMEO||9||Loick PIRES|
|Ryan O'TOOLE||10||Gez SOLE|
|Ben PORTER||11||Gregg MILLS|
|George GOULD||12||Louis MEECH|
|Ben HARRIS||14||Rene STEER|
|David TILBURY||15||Kevin BETSY|
|Ryan ASHE||16||Adam DOYLE|
|Michael JAHODNIK||17||Jay DAVIES|
|20'||James Tripp (off)|
George Gould (on)
|56'||Ben Porter (off)|
Ben Harris (on)
|82'||Yashwa Romeo (off)|
David Tilbury (on)
J Parsons 35'
Windsor FC stepped up their pre-season preperations by taking on Conference National side Woking and stunning them with a 2-0 win.
The match had been in doubt following days of heavy rain but after some early morning work the match went ahead.
Windsor started well and after only 4 minutes found themselves ahead when the Woking defence failed to deal with Jake Parsons free kick allowing Andrew Fagan to knock home.
Woking showed their divisional superiority and pushed hard for an equaliser.
They came close when Jesse Wallerlassen headed Greg Mills' cross over the bar and even closer when Mills rounded Rob Bullivant only for Ryan Parsons to clear off the line.
Loick Pires then hit the bar and Bullivnt pulled off a fantastic save to keep out Gez Sole's free kick.
Woking would come to rue all those missed chance when Jake Parsons managed to weave his way throught the visiting defence before slotting the ball past Mark Scott.
The second half saw Woking start with 8 changes but still look dangerous.
Wallerlassen managed to get a shot off that was spilt by Bullivant and Kevin Betsy's follow up was hit straight at the Windsor stopper.
Both Wallerlassen and Adam Doyle then hit the woodwork before bothe sides made further changes.
Woking almost pulled a goal back in the closing moments when Jay Davies struck from the edge of the area only for Bullivant to be in inspred form to tip the ball over the bar.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams