MAIDENHEAD United are now three matches without a win in the National League this season after a 1-1 away at Woking on Saturday.

United last tasted victory on October 24 and are now in 13th position in the league table, 11 points clear of the relegation zone and four behind the play-off places.

A goal from Adrian Clifton gave Maidenhead the lead inside 10 minutes at the Kingfield Stadium, but Charlie Carter equalised for Woking six minutes before half-time.

Maidenhead are away to Eastleigh on Tuesday (7.45pm) before returning to York Road for the visit of high-flying Macclesfield Town this Saturday (3pm).

Didcot Town Reserves are a hoodoo side for Holyport as they have now not got the better of them in four seasons after a 2-2 draw on Saturday.

Goals from Alexander Marshall and Ross MacDonald gave Didcot a clear lead at Summerleaze, but Paul Rake pulled one back for Port before half-time.

Alert Marques rescued a point with his equalising goal after 81 minutes to leave Holyport fifth in the Hellenic Division One East table.

Port are away to bottom of the table Henley Town this Saturday (3pm).

Virginia Water produced a terrific 7-1 win against Wallingford Town to keep the pressure on at the top of the table.

Adam McNamara scored four goals at Stag Meadow, twice either side of half-time, while Lorenzo Di Felice, Mark Lansdowne and Richard Bond were also on target.

The win keeps Virginia Water second in the league table ahead of their clash with leaders Bicester Town on December 2 (3pm).

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