WINDSOR returned to winning form in the Hellenic Premier Division after a 2-1 victory at Longlevens on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

Windsor suffered a first league defeat in six matches when losing to the same opposition last weekend, but were quick to put things right at Sawmills End.

A goal from Corey Parchment gave the visitors the lead seconds into the second half, but Jonty Welch equalised for Longlevens just two minutes later.

The away side secured all three points when Luke Appleton found the back of the net two minutes into time added on.

The win means Windsor stand in 10th position in the league table ahead of a visit to Stag Meadow from Lydney Town this Saturday (3pm).

Virginia Water did not have a fixture to fulfill last weekend but return to action with a trip to Fairford Town on Tuesday 2nd April.

Holyport extended their unbeaten run in Hellenic Division One East to four matches following a 7-0 win against Abingdon Town last weekend.

Steve Deverall was the star on show at Summerleaze with a hat-trick, while Josh Lowther and Fabian Driffill both scored twice in the first half.

The win leaves Port in seventh position in the league table ahead of a trip across Berkshire to Woodley United this Saturday (3pm).