Football round-up: Results...results...results
Farnborough 1-1 Maidenhead United
A late penalty save from Elvijs Putnins ensured Maidenhead United secured a point at Farnborough to bring their losing streak to an end.
All the goals came in the first half, starting with an eight minute tap-in for Boro's Dan Bennett.
The Magpies levelled on 24 minutes when the ball broke kindly for DJ Campbell who thumped it in off the post.
The visitors kept hold of a point after the penalty save and a man-of-the-match performance throughout from Putnins.
Slough Town 2-1 Dorchester Town
An 84th-minute goal from substitute Johnnie Dyer delivered Slough Town victory over Dorchester Town.
First-half goals from the Rebels' Ed Smith and Dorchester's Sam Lanahan left the score level at the break.
The second half saw Slough go close before Dyer bagged the winner.
Burnham 0-1 Cirencester Town
Struggling Burnham were defeated by a 66th-minute penalty from Josh Parsons at The Gore.
It is the Blues' fifth match out of the last six that they have failed to score a goal and leaves new joint managers Gareth Risbridger and Danny Gordon still without a victory from five starts.
After the match, the official Cirencester Town twitter account said that theirs was a 'well deserved win on a difficult pitch'.
Marlow 1-2 Aylesbury United
Marlow scored in the first minute of the game through Jamal Branker, but were unable to come away with anything fro their clash at Oak Tree Road with Aylesbury United.
Goals from Lewis Putman on 30 minutes and Jason Blackett on 75 minutes ensured the points went back with the visitors.
Windsor 0-3 Molesey
The Royalists were soundly beaten at home by fellow Combined Counties League Premier Division promotion contenders Molesey.
Trailing 1-0 at half-time to a Stafforde Palmer goal, the same player made it 2-0 on the hour mark, before the former Maidenhead United and Burnham FC frontman completed his hat-trick three minutes from time.
Binfield 0-2 Flackwell Heath
The Heathens comfortably overcame bogey team Binfield to maintain their challenge to win the Hellenic League Premier Division.
The Heathens are seventh in the table, 10 points behind leaders Highmoor Ibis but with five games in hand.
Holyport 2-1 Milton United
Despite finishing the match with nine players on the pitch, Holyport managed to beat Milton United.
The Port's goals came from Jerrell Gumbs and Alex Duffy.