SLOUGH Town regained the winning thread in the Southern Premier Division with a 4-0 victory away at Dorchester on Saturday.

The Rebels moved up to third in the table with an impressive win at The Avenue Stadium, and are now nine points clear of those sides outside the play-off positions.

Slough striker Chris Flood had his appeal for a penalty early on in the match turned down, but he was involved in the first goal on six minutes.

Flood crossed and Manny Williams headed the ball over keeper Shane Murphy into the net.

The Rebels’ leading scorer James Dobson doubled the advantage with a solo goal after 37 minutes. The winger picked up the ball on the byline, beat a defender, and fired the ball beyond Murphy from a tight angle.

The visitors came close to adding a third goal after the half-time interval as a Mark Nisbet header was saved by Murphy. The ball rolled along the line before Dorchester were able to clear the danger.

Dobson hit the post with a free-kick moments later.

Slough secured all three points with a third goal in the 75th minute. Man of the match Simon Dunn ran into the box and found Dobson who drilled past Murphy.

Romone Rose signed for the Rebels from Basingstoke Town in the week and he came off the bench to complete the scoring. Flood crossed into the middle and Rose tapped into the net for a goal on his debut.

The forward earlier saw a header hit the top of the crossbar.

Slough return to Arbour Park for the visit of Basingstoke this Saturday (3pm) before a trip to Biggleswade Town next Wednesday (7.45pm).

Windsor twice recovered from falling a goal behind to draw 2-2 with CB Hounslow United on Saturday.

After a goalless first half at Stag Meadow, Hounslow took the lead with an Obbadi goal four minutes into the second period.

Kieran Knight levelled the scores two minutes later, but Hounslow went in front again as Juett found the back of the net on 58 minutes.

Andrew Ingram rescued a point for Windsor with a goal seven minutes from the full-time whistle.

Windsor, now 11th in the Combined Counties Premier Division table, are away to champions elect Hartley Wintney this Saturday (3pm).

Grab a copy of the Observer this Friday for pictures and match reaction.