SINGH Sabha were left to rue missed chances as they battled out a 1-1 draw against Premier Division leaders Old Windsor.

Visitors Sabha started well and had a great chance to take an early lead as the ball fell nicely for Sukh Malhi inside the box, but he rushed his finish and fired wide with only the keeper to beat.

Old Windsor reacted to that miss by taking advantage of a defensive slip-up by Sabha as centre half Hardip Purewal gave the ball away, which saw Old Windsor counter-attack and a smart finish from Sean Blandford put them 1-0 up.

Sabha reacted to going behind as Umar Riaz went close with a left-footed strike, but were always open for the counter attack as Old Windsor had a few chances to double their lead.

The visitors started the second half well as the dangerous Chidi Hamid forced a good save with a fine 25-yard effort, and they finally got a deserved equaliser after good work by Riaz.

He fed Hamid, who cut in and then fired a low shot into the bottom corner with his left foot.

Sabha looked the likely team to go on and win the game and they had chances as substitute Mandeep Rai went close as well as Hasan Mahmood, but the best chance again fell to the unlucky Malhi.

He was found by Hardeep Soor in the box unmarked, and with the goal at his mercy fired wide again to keep the scores level.

Old Windsor defended well and had chances of their own late on as they had couple of headers saved by Andrei Tonca and some efforts off target.

A Dean King double and goals from Brandon Elliott, Nicholas Prior and Rikki Ousby gave Iver Heath a 5-1 win at Langley Galaxy in Division One, while Anil Arri's effort was not enough for Hounslow Wanderers in their 2-1 defeat at Robertswood.

Leaders Wraysbury Village overcame Signcraft 4-2, while Division Two table-toppers Stoke Poges Saints Reserves drew 1-1 at home to Chalfont Athletic.

Langley Development thrashed Langley Hornets 6-1, and Eton Wick eased past Phoenix Old Boys 3rds 4-1.