Football round-up: Barney bags a brace as Marlow win at Potters Bar Town
Marlow shrugged off last weekend's poor performance against Uxbridge with a 4-1 win at Potters Bar Town in the Central Division.
Richie Whittingham and Lee Barney scored to give the Blues a 2-1 advantage at half-time and both players added to their tally to stretch Marlow's lead after the break.
A convincing victory for Mark Bartley's side after going two league matches without a win and losing ground in the play-off chase.
Dan Molloy scored two early goals as Windsor breezed to a 5-0 victory at Raynes Park Vale in the Combined Counties Premier Division.
Molloy netted his first after 11 minutes and grabbed a second 10 minutes later.
Robert Lazarczuk kept up his recent scoring form with the Royalists' third in the 36th minute and the visitors controlled the second half, adding to their tally with goals from Adam Kirby in the 62nd minute and Barry Dunbar in injury time.
The result keeps the Royalists on course for a title tilt this season and will lift spirits after last Saturday's stalemate against Bedfont Sports.
Slough Town picked up a point after coming from behind to draw 1-1 with Frome Town in the Southern League Premier Division.
The home side took the lead 10 minutes into the second half when Munday slid the ball beyond Jake Somerville.
But the Rebels got themselves back on level terms when Scott Harris got on the end of a James Dobson cross to equalise on 63 minutes.
Adam Paget scored a hat-trick as Holyport thrashed Shrivenham 7-1 away from home.
Holyport led 4-1 at the break and added three more after the break in a one-sided match that also saw Tom Kaill, Tom Seddon and Fred Tripp and Jamie West get their names on the scoresheet.
Reading were hit for six as they lost 6-1 at Championship strugglers Birmingham City.
Caddis put the Blues in front and Gray's excellent run and finish made it 2-0 before Glenn Murray replied for the Royals.
Gray's tidy finish put Birmingham 3-1 up and Gray netted his hat-trick on the stroke of half-time.
Four goals became five within seconds of the restart when Shinnie scored for City and Coterill's free kick floated in for the home side's sixth on the hour mark to round off a miserable afternoon for the Royals.
Wycombe Wanderers stay top of League 2 after a stylish 4-1 victory over Southend at Adams Park.
Paris Cowan-Hall netted his third goal in three games to bring Wanderers level after Southend took an early lead through Jack Payne.
Matt McClure grabbed a goal on the stroke of half-time to give the hosts the advantage and further strikes from Jacobson and McClure rounded off a convincing win for the Chairboys after Southend's Jerome Binnom-Williams was sent off for a foul on Josh Scowen in the 60th minute.
Flackwell Heath's home game against Cirencester Town Development in the league cup was postponed due to the unavailability of Cirencester players.