Wealdstone travelled to Windsor and Eton on Saturday for their first pre-season match of the new season.
Manager Gordon Bartlett took a 24-strong squad of players and trialists to what was essentially seen as a training match - for a game which was cut in to four periods of 30 minutes each.
In the first quarter the Stones started with Richard Barnard in goal, Billy Hawkes, Carl Martin, Alan Massey and Lee Chappell commanding the back four, Ben Clarke, Chris O'Leary, David Hicks and Graeme Montgomery filling the midfield and Dean Papali and Stephen Hughes up front.
It was a closely fought period and only a Martin own goal with eight minutes left was enough to separate the sides.
The second period was even tighter, with no one on either side getting on the scoresheet as the Stones kept the side largely the same, making just three replacements.
Nick Salapatas came off the bench for Clarke, Ryan Ashe replaced O'Leary and keeper Bernard made way for Luke Woods.
In the third period goalkeeper Daniel Carr, defender John Sonuga, midfielder Gary Burell and striker Fola were given a run out, which was won by the home side thanks to two quick fire goals in the 22nd and 24th minutes.
Richard Ashy, Darren Locke, Ben Hawes and Wayne Reid all made an appearance in the final section, which proved to be the Stones' most fruitful.
Having hit the crossbar early on Gary Burrell was able to get his name on the scoresheet when he stepped up to slot home from the penalty spot with just three minutes on the clock.
Windsor hit back just minutes after but Ben Alexander should have secured a fourth period win when he raced through with just the goalkeeper to beat.
He delayed the shot for too long however and allowed a defender to clear the ball, keeping the overall score at 4-1.
Speaking after the game Wealdstone manager Gordon Bartlett said: "This session was all about looking at play-ers currently trialling with us and trying out some different formations and utilising a very large squad that we brought with us.
"It was a useful session and will help our fitness regime.
"These pre-season games are certain-ly not about the result - we lent them a goalkeeper. We are interested in performances, we kept the ball well but the end product was disappointing, but I was pleased with the workout."