BURNHAM made it back-to-back wins in the Hellenic League Premier Division after a 1-0 victory against rivals Windsor on Tuesday, writes Rob Stevens.

A goal inside eight minutes from former Windsor player Ollie Harris was the difference between the two sides at The Gore, although Nojus Trinovas also saved a penalty kick in the second half for the visitors.

The win means Burnham have moved up to 15th position in the league table ahead of a trip to third-from-bottom Royal Wootton Bassett Town this Saturday (3pm).

Windsor have now suffered defeat in their last three matches in all competitions and have dropped to eighth place in the table.

The Stag Meadow-based club do not have a fixture to fulfil on Saturday but make the trip to Marlow from the BetVictor South Central Division in round one of the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup next Tuesday (7.45pm).

Holyport moved up to sixth position in Division One East after a resounding 5-0 win at bottom side Abingdon Town on Tuesday.

Fabian Driffill and Steven Deverall both bagged a brace for Port in the win at Culham Road, with a fifth goal from Andy Forisky.

Holyport return to action when Woodley United visit Summerleaze Village on Saturday 16th November (3pm).

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PHOTO: Holyport striker Fabian Driffill scored twice in the 5-0 win at Abingdon Town in Hellenic League Division One East on Tuesday.

Chalvey Sports dropped to 10th place in the table following their 4-0 defeat at home to unbeaten league leaders Risborough Rangers.

A Kyle Faulkner brace plus an unfortunate own goal gave Risborough a clear lead heading into the break at Arbour Park, with a fourth goal in the second half from Jake Dell.

The Stabmonks have an all-Slough derby match against rivals Langley at Arbour Park this Saturday (3pm).

Langley remain third from bottom in the league table after a 3-3 draw against Thame Rangers at Summerleaze Village on Tuesday.

Slough Town did not have a fixture to fulfil in midweek but return to action in the National League South with a trip to Havant & Waterlooville this Saturday (3pm).