WINDSOR are now five matches without a win in the Hellenic Premier Division this season after a 1-1 draw away at Ardley United on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

A goal from Billy Gillett gave Ardley the lead heading into the break at The Playing Fields, but Kieran Knight equalised for the visitors with two minutes of normal time remaining.

Windsor have now not won in the league since the victory at Abingdon United back in early November and they remain in 15th position in the league table.

Windsor travel to second-placed Brackley Town Saints this Wednesday (7.45pm), before a visit to Wantage Town this Saturday (3pm).

Virginia Water returned to league action from their extended Christmas break with a 1-1 draw against Tuffley Rovers at Stag Meadow.

A goal from Lorenzo di Felice gave the Waters the lead, but Warren Mann equalised for the visitors before the half-time interval.

Virginia Water have slipped down to 11th position in the league table ahead of a trip to Binfield on Monday (7.45pm), before a return to Stag Meadow for the visit of Shrivenham this Saturday (3pm).

Burnham ended a run of three matches without a win in all competitions to beat Woodley United 4-1 at the Rivermoor ground in Division One East.

A goal from Max Laschok gave Woodley the lead inside six minutes, but Lucas Sinclair equalised for the Blues before the break.

The visitors secured all three points after half-time thanks to goals from Sinclair, Dean Allen and Ollie Harris.

The win means Burnham remain top of the league table and now 15 points clear of AFC Aldermaston in second place.

Burnham turn their attention to the Hellenic Supplementary Cup and a second round tie away at Kidlington Development from Division One West on Monday (7.45pm).

The Blues return to league action with a visit to the Gore from Chinnor this Saturday (3pm).

Holyport remain in fifth position in the table following their 0-0 draw with Wokingham & Emmbrook at Summerleaze last weekend.

Port turn their attention to the Supplementary Cup and a visit to Malmesbury Victoria from Division One West in round three this Saturday (3pm).

Chalvey Sports did not have a fixture to fulfill last weekend but turn their attention to the Slough Town Challenge Cup and a quarter-finals tie against AFC Crowthorne from the East Berkshire Premier Division at Arbour Park this Saturday (3pm).

Langley have made progress in the Hellenic Floodlit Cup following their 5-4 win after extra time away at Longlevens from the Premier Division on Saturday.

Goals from Jay Malshanskyj and Shaun O'Connor gave Longlevens a clear lead inside 35 minutes at Saw Mills End, but Langley were level at the break thanks to efforts from Dean Papali and Jerell Gumbs.

The visitors took the lead through Papali after half-time but a goal from Malshanskyj forced extra time in the cup tie.

Papali scored two more goals for Langley in the additional 30-minute period, either side of a goal for Longlevens from Welch.