The Falcons, without skipper Dave Hughes through injury and Russ Warner being unavailable, put out a strong side against a weakened Windsor vets bolstered by a few 2nd team youngsters still produced their best performance of the season in winning by 5 goals to nil.
The game started with the Falcons on the front foot with Andy Bishop and, man of the match, Ian Sobey creating inroads on their respective wings. With Chris Billington marshalling the middle of the pitch this allowed the veterans international pairing of Steve Griffiths and Phil Dunnill the license to run at the beleaguered Windsor defence. After some great saves from the Windsor keeper he was finally beaten when Dunnill teed up Griffiths to volley his shot into the top corner. John Kaluza soon added to the lead as he deftly turned in a Andy Bishop cross shot.
Phil Dunnill with possibly the best goal of the match extended the score to 3 nil just before half time, Ian Sobey went on a mazy run skinning his marker to set up Dunnill to hit the ball open footed past the wrong footed keeper.
The second half could have been a rout but for poor short corner execution but 2 more goals were added through Ian Sobey and Steve Griffiths to make the final score 5 nil.