SLOUGH Town will need to win a replay in order to make progress in the FA Trophy after a 1-1 draw at Hendon on Saturday.

A goal from James Dobson - his 15th of the season and fifth in four matches - gave The Rebels the lead on the hour mark in the third qualifying round tie.

However, Kezie Ibe came off the substitutes bench to equalise for Hendon in time added on at Silver Jubilee Park.

The two sides will meet in a replay at Arbour Park on Tuesday (7.45pm) with the winners due to face either Bath City or Margate in the first round proper on Saturday, December 16.

Slough then turn their attention to the FA Cup and a second round proper tie at home to League One club Rochdale next Monday (7.45pm).

The club will be selling the remaining home allocation of tickets for the tie at Arbour Park on Tuesday.

A limited number of East Stand seated tickets and General Admission tickets for the Rochdale match remain and will be sold on a first come first served basis to a maximum of two per person from 7pm.

Tickets can only be purchased in person and cannot be reserved by telephone or email, neither will tickets be sold online.

Maidenhead United have drawn a third consecutive match in the National League after a 1-1 tie with Macclesfield Town at York Road on Saturday.

A Ryan Lloyd goal gave Macclesfield the lead after the half-time interval, before Jake Hyde levelled the scores four minutes from the finish.

The point means Maidenhead have dropped two places to 14th position in the league table ahead of a trip to second-placed Wrexham this Saturday (3pm).

United have been drawn away to National League rivals Woking in the FA Trophy first round proper on December 16.

Two late goals secured the points for Windsor against Burnham in a 2-0 win at Stag Meadow in the Hellenic Premier Division on Saturday.

Barry Hayles opened the scoring for the home side six minutes from time before Riccardo Cannon doubled the lead two minutes later.

The win means Windsor now stand in ninth position in the league table, while Burnham have dropped one place to third from bottom.

Windsor travel across Berkshire to Woodley United in the Floodlit Cup on Monday (7.45pm), before a FA Vase third round proper tie away at Waltham & Hersham on Saturday (3pm).

Burnham welcome Lydney Town to The Gore for a league fixture this Saturday (3pm).

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