06:20PM, Saturday 23 March 2019
Jon Underwood and Neil Baker are excited about Slough's prospects this season. Photo: Horsham Rebel Photography
Jon Underwood (left) and Neil Baker (right) co-managers of Slough Town.
Neil Baker wanted the Rebels side to play without fear against Woking and they certainly did that as they stretched their unbeaten run to four with a 1-0 win.
Francis Amartey got the only goal of the game after he reacted quickest to Sam Togwell’s flick header.
Holyport FC produced yet another stunning display to put Abingdon to the sword for the second time in a week in a 7-0 win.
Port were five up at half time thanks to goals from Steven Deverall, Josh Lowths (x2) and Fabian Driffill (x2).
They added two more in the second as Driffill completed his hat-trick while Deverall grabbed his second in a comfortable win for Derek Sweetmans men.
Marlow United were also in a goal scoring mood as they won 7-0 away to Reading City U23s.
Marlow got the ball rolling after just 45 seconds through Alan Mckie, before Chris Hurst scored the first of his three. Liam Bushay made it 3-0 before Qwam Thomas added another before the break.
Hurst scored twice in the second half to complete his hat-trick leaving Adam Harman to round off the win.
Marlow FC were pegged back by a 90th minute goal as they drew 2-2 with Hertford Town.
Charlie Samuels, who opened the scoring for Marlow, was dismissed with 10 minutes to go in the contest after Charncey Dash had equalised after the hour mark.
Marcus Mealing looked to have given the win when he put his side 2-1 with five minutes left, but Dash scored his second on the day in the final minute to end Marlow’s winning run of late.
Ascot United bounced back from last week’s disappointment to beat Royal Wootton Bassett 4-0.
Harry Laflin scored on the stroke of half time to put the Yellamen in the lead, before slotting a penalty early in the second half to double his tally. Dan Price added a third before Kassim Luqman netted the fourth.
Flackwell Heath drew 1-1 with Tuffley Rovers.
The Heathens were pegged back in first half injury time after Ceesay had put them into the lead before the half hour mark.
Windsor FC left it late but enacted revenge on Longlevens as the Royalists scored a 92nd minute winner to get back to winning ways with a 2-1 victory.
Burnham continued their march toward the title as they won 3-0 against Wallingford Town.
Two goals from Ollie Harris sandwiched a Dean Allen strike to hand the Blues the three points.
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