WINDSOR suffered a first defeat in six matches in the Hellenic Premier Division after a 4-0 loss against Longlevens on Saturday.

Windsor

were routed by the bottom club at Stag Meadow. The home side failing in front of goal in difficult conditions.

Goals from Brad Martin and Ben Harris gave Longlevens a clear lead heading into the break.

Martin scored again after half-time, with Shaun O’Connor also on target as the visitors took their chances well to run out comfortable winners.

Windsor

make the trip to Longlevens for the reverse fixture this Saturday (3pm).

Virginia Water recorded a first win in five league matches after a 2-0 victory against Reading City last weekend.

A penalty from Eddie Lazarczuk gave the Waters the lead heading into the break, with Harrison Duff on target in the second half at Rivermoor.

The win means Virginia Water now stand in 11th position in the league table ahead of a visit to Stag Meadow from Binfield on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Holyport beat Abingdon United 7-0 at Culham Road in Division One East but their victory was dampened by an injury to Adam Sharp, who was taken to hospital with a suspected broken ankle.

Both Fabian Driffill and Jamie Handscomb scored twice in the first half, with Steve Deverell also on target before the break.

Goals in the second half from Joshua Lowther and Matthew Ensby completed the rout for Port.