WINDSOR are through to the last-16 of the FA Vase this season after a 3-1 win away at Eastbourne Town in the fourth round proper on Saturday.

A goal from Evan Archibald on 27 minutes gave Eastbourne the lead at The Saffrons, where a crowd of 596 watched the tie.

Windsor levelled through a Keiran Knight penalty on 73 minutes and went ahead when substitute Nadir Shafi scored three minutes from time.

Fellow sub Matt Stockhill made sure of the win with a third Windsor goal seven minutes into time added on.

VIDEO: Windsor keeper Hugo Sobte reacts to the 3-1 win away at Eastbourne Town in the FA Vase on Saturday.

Manager Mick Woodham told the Observer: "It feels amazing. I'm just so pleased and delighted for the players and everyone connected to the club. It was a massive effort and what a day. We've had a great crowd and amazing support.

"The players stuck at it and for an away performance I thought the players were first class. The players got everything right in terms of executing the gameplan, showing their quality at times and their character as well.

"It's an unbelievable feeling and we fully deserve to be in that last-16 as well. No disrespect to anyone but I thought we deserved it."

The reward for Windsor is a fifth round tie at home to Wessex League Premier Division club Hamble Club on Saturday, February 3 (3pm).

Windsor turn their attention to the Challenge Cup and a third round tie away at Chalvey Sports on Tuesday (7.45pm), before a trip to Flackwell Heath in the Hellenic Premier Division on Saturday (3pm).

Grab a copy of the Observer this Friday for match photos and reaction.