ALAN WALTERS believes Slough produced their best performance this season to beat Tadley 57-25 at Tamblyn Fields on Saturday.

The Greenies proved too strong for their county rivals to run in eight tries and register their biggest win of the season, leaving them seventh in the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Premier table.

Walters is confident Slough are getting to grips with their new gameplan, and they are perfectly positioned for the Bucks Bowl final at Drifters on December 3 (2pm).

“It was a very professional run out to be honest with you,” the Greenies head coach told the Observer. “Everyone trained last Thursday and we had a full side out for the first time.

“It shows the boys are committing to our gameplan, which is difficult to defend against when they play very well.

“Putting together a structure takes a lot of time, but the boys really stuck to the gameplan and are very difficult to beat when they do.

“We put a gameplan into place to attack Tadley and scored a number of good tries, and we won our set pieces, lineout and scrum.

“It was our best performance this season without doubt. It was a really good performance with great communication. A lot of players stepped up with Max Miles leading as captain.”

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PHOTO: Slough (green and white) scored eight tries in the 57-25 win against Tadley on Saturday.

Slough led 20-10 at the half-time interval with tries from Curtis Blanchard, Robbie Morrison and Matt Fenwick.

Miles was successful with one of his three conversion attempts, and he kicked a penalty.

Morrison touched down twice more in the second-half to complete his hat-trick, with Miles kicking the extra points plus two penalties.

Scores from Aaron Bryant and James Flischer went unconverted, but the bonus point win was secured.

Grab a copy of the Observer today for pictures from Slough against Tadley plus more from Alan Walters ahead of the Bucks Bowl final.