SLOUGH Town have reached the semi-finals of the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup this season after a 2-1 win against Hungerford Town on Tuesday, writes Rob Stevens.

Slough joint-manager Jon Underwood explained that the Rebels would not take their foot off the gas in the quarter-finals tie with the Senior Cup their best chance of winning some silverware.

The deadlock was broken on the hour mark at Bulpit Lane when Ben Harris curled in a shot from outside the box to give the visitors the lead.

Hungerford equalised through Danilo Orsi-Dadomo with 10 minutes of normal time remaining, but Harris secured victory for Slough with an incredible goal one minute into time added on.

The striker struck a shot from the halfway line that sailed over the head of keeper Charlie McCready and into the back of the net.

It is the second time this season that Harris has scored from the halfway line after his stunning effort in the FA Cup win at Eastbourne Borough back in October.

Harris has now scored three goals in the Senior Cup this season and the brace at Hungerford has taken his tally for the campaign to nine.

Slough turn their attention back to the National League South and a visit to Arbour Park from Chippenham Town this Saturday (3pm).

Virginia Water are out of the Reading Invitation Challenge Cup following a 2-0 defeat at Wallingford Town from Hellenic Division One East in the last 16.

The Waters return to action in the Premier Division when second-from-bottom Tuffley Rovers visit Stag Meadow this Saturday (3pm)

Holyport continue to make progress in the Hellenic Floodlit Cup this season after a 2-1 victory over rivals Burnham at The Gore.

A goal from Steven Deverall gave Port the lead inside eight minutes, but James Tripp equalised with a great individual goal before the break.

The visitors secured the win when Daniel Rapley scored from the penalty spot in the second-half.

Holyport return to action in Division One East with a visit to Summerleaze from Wokingham & Emmbrook this Saturday (3pm), while Burnham will bid to bounce back in their trip to Woodley United (3pm).

Chalvey Sports will host rivals Holyport in the first round of the knock-out stages to the Hellenic Subsidiary Cup this season after a 4-2 win against Chinnor.

The Stabmonks fell behind inside nine minutes of the final Group Stage match at Arbour Park but equalised through Bryan Taylor in the 17th minute.

Chinnor were reduced to 10-men when a defender received a straight red card for a foul on Kyran Quelch, and Ayden Coomber scored for the home side from the resulting free-kick.

Chalvey extended their advantage after the break with an unfortunate own goal, before the visitors pulled one back with 15 minutes still to play.

The Stabmonks had the final say when Quelch netted their fourth goal to secure the runners-up spot in the group.

Chalvey return to action in Division One East when Chinnor make their second visit to Arbour Park in five days this Saturday (3pm).

Langley have reached the semi-finals of the Slough Town Challenge Cup after a win against Britwell from the East Berkshire Premier Division at Summerleaze.