Windsor & Eton
One of the teams the Lillywhites played in the 2010/11 season was Windsor & Eton, who they had last played over 70 years before in the Spartan League. Having played them at Milton Road on November 9th, the match was later to be wipped from the record books when Windsor & Eton were wound on February 2nd, 2011 due to large debts. The away had been due to be played on the last day of the season.
Founded on August 18th, 1892 by the merger of Windsor Pheonix and Windsor St Albans, they were originally named as Windsor and Eton Temperance F.C. before they name was shortened in 1902, and at one time had many royal patrons including King George V, King George VI and the Duke of Edinburgh.
28.9.1935 Windsor & Eton 3 - 2 Cambridge Town Both of the goals for the Lilywhites were scored by G Brown.
7.3.1936 Cambridge Town 3 - 1 Windsor & Eton Len Hard scored two of the Lilywhites goals with the third being scored by former Welsh amateur international, Glyn Davies.
7.11.1936 Cambridge Town 1 - 2 Windsor & Eton Goal scorer for the Lilywhites was Glyn Davies
24.4.1937 Windsor & Eton 3 - 2 Cambridge Town Freddy Barnard and Harry Mann were the goalscorers for the Lilywhites.
6.11.1937 Cambridge Town 5 - 2 Windsor & Eton A crowd of 1,450 saw the Lilywhites win thats to goals by Harry Cranfield, Freddy Barnard (2), Harry Mann and Jock Newman. Playing for Windsor and Eton that day was Hugh Hard, a former Lillywhites player and brother of Lillywhites legend, Len.
26.3.1938 Windsor & Eton 3 - 0 Cambridge Town
21.1.1939 Cambridge Town 3 - 2 Windsor & Eton Goals for the Lilywhites were by Barnard, Johnny Methan and Herbert Clements.
3.5.1939 Windsor & Eton 1 - 1 Cambridge Town The goalscorer for the Lilywhites was G E Prior.
The Lilywhites were due to play Windsor & Eton on September 1st, 1939 but with the outbreak of the Second World War, the Spartan League programme was abandoned.
Southern Premier (NL3)
9.11.2010 Cambridge City 0 - 0 Windsor & Eton