HOLYPORT extended their unbeaten streak in all competitions to eight matches after a 6-0 win against Abingdon Town in the Hellenic League Division One East on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

Port have not tasted defeat since the defeat at Marlow United back in mid-October and have now climbed to fourth position in the league table.

Goals from Andy Forisky and Lee Ovens gave the home team a clear lead heading into the break at Summerleaze Village. Forisky went on to score twice more in the second half to complete his hat-trick plus there was a brace from Fabian Driffill.

The victory completes a hat-rick of wins for Holyport, scoring 13 goals and conceding five, ahead of a visit from title-chasing Abingdon United this Saturday (3pm).

Chalvey Sports saw their four-match winless run in all competitions come to an end following a 3-2 victory against Thame Rangers at Arbour Park.

The Stabmonks had not tasted success since the win at Milton United in the league almost five weeks ago, but this return to form sees them stand in eighth position in the table.

Goals from Lewis Thorne and Craig Falconbridge gave Thame a clear lead on the half-time whistle. The home team recovered in the second half with strikes from Tom Williams, Tom Jansons and Jamie Earis, the winner coming in the final minute of normal time.

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PHOTO: Holyport ace Fabian Driffill scored two goals in the second half in the win against bottom-of-the-table Abingdon Town on Saturday.

Chalvey make the trip to Wallingford Town this Saturday (3pm).

Langley suffered a sixth consecutive defeat in the league when losing 4-2 at Berkshire rivals Woodley United, leaving them third from bottom in the table.

A Max Laschok brace plus a goal from Ben Anderson gave Woodley a clear lead heading into the break at the Rivermoor. The visitors reduced the deficit with two goals in the second half from Jahdd Thomas, but Woodley had the final say when Laschok scored again to complete his hat-trick in the fourth minute of time added on.

Langley return to action when Didcot Town Development make the trip to Summerleaze Village on Saturday 28th December (3pm).

Windsor saw their trip to Shrivenham in the Premier Division postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at Barrington Park.

Windsor return to Stag Meadow for the visit of tenants Virginia Water on Boxing Day (11am).

Burnham did not make the trip to Brimscombe & Thrupp because of a waterlogged pitch at The Meadow.

The Blues welcome rivals Holmer Green to The Gore in an all-Bucks derby match this Saturday (3pm).

Slough Town did not have a fixture to fulfill last weekend but return to action in the National League South with a trip to Hampton & Richmond Borough this Saturday (3pm).