|Matthew BONNETT||1||Harry BAILEY|
|Henry CLARKE||2||Parin PATEL|
|Lee SCROGGIE||3||George BOWLES|
|Mustapha MOHAMMED||4||Matthew MOUNCEY|
|Adam LEBBY||5||Alex PARK|
|Cameron SINCLAIR||6||Nabil SABRI|
|Sam OTERO||7||Stuart MOGGRIDGE|
|Jason LEWIS||8||Robbie MURPHY|
|Mateliza KONOPELSKI||9||Lucas BENGE|
|Larenzo FELICE||10||Travis RICHARDSON-HODGE|
|Bradley COLLINGS||11||Luke THEOBALDS|
|Chance MEYER-WHITE||12||Jayden CARTER|
|Abel BIS'LIA||14||Diogo DINIS|
|Christian SMITH||15||Aaron FETHERSTONE|
|Arron COLLEYMORE||16||Isiah GODDARD-JOSEPH|
|Jack KOPP||17||James TANN|
|Felice 8'||Murphy 28'|
Windsor FC's youngsters continued to build on last weeks success with a 4-1 win over local rivals Slough Town.
Having dispatched Flackwell Heath last week for their first win of the season they were looking to build on that success.
It wasn't the best of starts as they found themselves a goal down after just 8 minutes when a poor pass across the back allowed Larenzo Felice to slot past Harry Bailey.
The wouldn't deter Windsor as they started to dominate the game and almost drew level when Lucas Benge struck from the edge of the area to forceMatthew Bonnett into a fine save.
Windsor drew level from a well worked free kick. Matthew Mouncey sent the ball into the box where Luke Theobalds headed down for Robbie Murphy to turn in.
They were soon in front when Slough failed to get the ball clear allowing Stuart Moggridge to slot home.
Windsor rounded off the half with a third when Theobalds was sent clear to roll the ball past Bonnett.
Slough made three changes at half time to try and change the game, a decision that they would later come to regret.
Windsor continued to press and nearly added a fourth when Alex Park headed a Theobalds corner against the bar.
Having made all three changes at half time, Slough would be forced to play the last 20 minutes with just 10 men after Mateliza Konopelski was forced off through injury.
Windsor made the man advantage count and added a fourth when Nabil Sabri's perfect through ball found Theobalds who again sent the ball past Bonnett.
Courtesy of Malcolm Williams