JOEL Drew scored an injury-time penalty to give Virginia Water a share of the spoils in a 3-3 Hellenic League Premier Division cracker with neighbours Windsor.

On a glorious Bank Holiday Monday, Scott Jackson gave Waters a 1-0 half-time lead, only for a quickfire Andrew Ingram double to put the visitors in front.

Adam McNamara levelled on 72 minutes, but it looked as though Luke Brooks-Smith had snatched a winner before Drew's last-gasp effort secured a draw.

Windsor are at home to Ardley United on Tuesday (7.45pm), while Virginia Water travel to Binfield in the FA Vase tonight (Friday). They then visit Holmer Green in the league on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Burnham turned on the style to hammer Flackwell Heath 5-0 on Monday.

A Dan Molloy double along with goals from Sam Coles, Joe Blount and substitute Leo Decabo gave the Blues their first league win of the season.

A second-half Gavin James strike had previously kept Burnham's FA Cup dreams alive as they came-from-behind to draw 1-1 at Slimbridge on Saturday.

The reply is set for next Tuesday at The Gore (7.45pm), while Burnham first host Harborough Town in the Vase on Saturday (3pm).

Holyport host Unite UK in the Vase tomorrow (Saturday, 3pm), before visiting Milton United in Division One East next Tuesday (7.45pm).

Ayden Christian-Coomber and Charlie Evans both scored twice as Chalvey Sports battered hosts Abingdon Town 8-1 on Saturday.

Jason Marney, Garluha Sandy, Kris Drake and Lawrie Toombs were also on target, with Joe Wallace bagging the consolation.

Chalvey Sports host Wembley FC in the Vase tomorrow (3pm).

Winless Langley lost 2-0 to table-topping Risborough Rangers on Saturday, Sam Pekun and Lawrence Clarke with the goals.

Langley visit Long Crendon in the Vase tomorrow (3pm).

Taplow United had to settle for a point in their 1-1 Division Two South home draw with Hazlemere Sports.

Ben Jawandha put Taplow ahead, but Charlie Stotter grabbed an 88th-minute equaliser.

Taplow United visit Langley Development tomorrow (3pm).