|Harry BAILEY||1||James BRACE|
|Parin PATEL||2||Jack HOLMES|
|Josh O'REILLY||3||Steohen FRANKLIN|
|Charlie BARNETT||4||Billy FRIAR|
|Alex PARK||5||Kai ANDERSON-BERRY|
|James TANN||6||Lewis WADE|
|Robert MURPHY||7||Jack SHERWOOD|
|Travis RICHARDSON-HODGE||8||James CARTWRIGHT|
|Yaw OPUKO-BERCHIE||9||Charlie ULVMOEN|
|Lucas BENGE||10||Ben LYONS|
|Oliver MURRAY||11||Luke ROBERTS|
|Stuart MOGGRIDGE||12||Joe SWELL|
|Jarvis EDOBOR||14||Danny KENT|
|Hikmatyar AHMADZAI||15||Jack MOORE|
|71'||Roberts (off)||Chertsey Town|
Windsor FC Under 18's made it safely through to the quarter finals of the Grant McLellan Youth Cup seeing off Chertsey Town 6-0.
The hosts showed their intent from the start with early pressure on the visiting defence.
Just 18 minutes in and Lucas Benge opened the scoring when his effort was initially saved by James Brace giving Benge a second opportunity knock the abll into the net.
Windsor kept up the pressure and in the closing moments of the half pretty much put the result beyond doubt when Benge got his second courtesy of a low cross from Ollie Murray and Robbie Murphy added a 3rd just before half time.
Just after half time Alex Park added a fourth before Murray and Josh O'Reilly teamed up for the left back to hit the fifth.
Murphy added his second on 73 minutes to round of a thoroughly professional performance.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams