MAIDENHEAD United have extended their unbeaten home record in the National League to four matches after a 3-3 draw against Aldershot on Saturday.

United have not lost at York Road in the league since August 28 and that has been the key to their good position in the table, currently 12th place.

A Jim Kellerman goal on 16 minutes gave Aldershot the lead but Maidenhead were not behind for long as Harry Pritchard levelled the scores just three minutes later.

The visitors went ahead again before the half-time interval as Adam McDonnell found the back of the net in the 43rd minute.

A goal from Dean Inman brought United level again on 64 minutes and the home side edged ahead when Pritchard scored his second of the match five minutes from time.

However, Aldershot fought back for a share of the points thanks to an unfortunate own goal from Carl Pentney in the final minute of normal time.

Maidenhead turn their attention to the FA Cup and a home fourth qualifying round tie against National South club Havant & Waterlooville this Saturday (3pm).

Windsor have earned progress into round two of the Hellenic League Challenge Cup after a 2-0 win at Highmoor Ibis on Saturday.

The first-half ended goalless at Rivermoor but both Joash Nembhard and Kieran Knight scored after the half-time interval to send Windsor through, with the reward a second round tie away at Flackwell Heath.

Windsor return to Hellenic Premier Division action when Highmoor are the visitors to Stag Meadow this Saturday (3pm).

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