WINDSOR are now four matches without a win in the Hellenic Premier Division after a 2-0 defeat against Ascot United on Saturday.

Goals from debutante Luqman Kassim and Nathan Minhas in the second-half secured all three points for Ascot at Stag Meadow.

The defeat leaves Windsor in ninth position in the league table ahead of a trip to Reading City on Saturday 27th October (3pm).

Windsor return to action with a Hellenic League cup match at home to Holyport on Saturday 20th October (3pm).

Virginia Water have suffered a fifth straight defeat in all competitions after a 6-1 loss away at Tuffley Rovers in the Premier Division on Saturday.

A goal from Ryan Dobbins plus a Finn Evered own goal gave Tuffley a clear lead at Glevum Park, but Jake Baker pulled one back for The Waters before the break.

The home side secured all three points after half-time with a Lee Smith brace plus goals from Dom Kent and Joel White.

The defeat leaves Virginia Water fourth from bottom in the league table ahead of a trip to Holmer Green on 20th October (3pm).

The Waters turn their attention to the Floodlit Cup and an away tie at Reading City on Monday 15th October (7.45pm).

Holyport have completed a hat-trick of wins in all competitions after a 4-1 victory against Chalvey Sports in Division One East.

Goals from Fabian Driffill and Daniel Rapley gave Port a clear lead at Summerleaze, but Tom Williams pulled one back for the Stabmonks before the break.

The home team secured all three points after the break with goals from Alan Akerman and Kris Drake.

The win means Holyport have moved up to ninth position in the league table.

Port turn their attention to the FA Vase and a first round proper tie away at Ivybridge from the South West Peninsula League Premier Division this Saturday (3pm).

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