SLOUGH Town FC extended their unbeaten away league record to four matches with a 1-1 draw at Frome Town on Saturday.

Scott Harris headed an equaliser for The Rebels seven minutes after they had fallen behind at the Aldersmith Stadium.

The Slough striker hit a post in the first-half before Frome took the lead on 55 minutes through Brandon Mundy.

After Lewis Haldane had played the ball across the box, Munday was on hand to supply the finish.

The Rebels levelled in the 62nd minute when Harris sent a header from a James Dobson cross past Frome keeper Darren Chitty.

Neither side could find another goal and the point leaves Slough in 12th position in the Southern Premier Division table.

The Rebels welcome Dorchester Town to Holloways Park this Saturday (3pm ko), before making the short trip to Chesham United on Boxing Day (1pm).

Burnham FC recorded a third 0-0 draw in four league matches after a stalemate against Hitchin Town on Saturday.

The Blues started well and the best effort arrived on 20 minutes when debutante Bidemi Afolabi hit the crossbar from close range.

The draw at The Gore was a fair result and it leaves Burnham in 22nd position in the Southern Premier table.

Burnham host Arlesey Town on Tuesday (7.45pm) and then high-flying Cirencester Town this Saturday (3pm).

The Blues travel to bottom side Banbury United on December 23 (7.45pm) before a trip to Hungerford Town on Boxing Day (3pm).

Maidenhead United FC are through to the FA Trophy second round proper after a 2-1 win at Poole Town on Saturday.

Poole took the lead via Jack Maloney just before half-time in the first round tie at Tatnam.

Maidenhead pulled one back through loanee Devante McKain, and then won the tie when Dave Tarpey netted in the 89th minute.

The Magpies return to action in Conference South away at Farnborough this Saturday (3pm), before hosting Hayes & Yeading United on Boxing Day (3pm).

Windsor FC extended their unbeaten run in all competitions to five matches with a 5-0 win at Raynes Park Vale.

Dan Molloy scored twice in the first-half on Saturday, and Robert Lazarczuk made it three with a penalty before the break.

Adam Kirby headed a fourth on the hour mark before substitute Barry Dunbar added a fifth in the first minute of time added on.

The win sees Windsor remain in fourth position in the Combined Counties Premier Division table.

The Stag Meadow club host fellow high-flyers Molesey this Saturday (3pm) and then Guildford City on December 27 (3pm).

Holyport FC made it four matches without defeat in the Hellenic Premier Division after a 7-1 win at Shrivenham.

Adam Paget scored a hat-trick on Saturday, whilst Tom Seddon, Jamie West, Tom Kaill and Fred Tripp were all also on target.

The win moves ‘Port up to 12th position in the table ahead of a visit to Summerleaze from Milton United on Saturday (3pm).

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