ANTHONY Andrews will hope that Windsor can continue to turn their fortunes around this season when his side returns to action on Saturday.

Andrews is in his first season as head coach at Windsor and, after an opening day win, his team lost all six of their next matches.

However, a four match unbeaten run, including three wins, before the Christmas break means they are now up to 10th place in South West One East.

Windsor return to action away to rivals and league leaders Maidenhead (2.15pm), who will be out to secure their position as title favourites.

Maidenhead have only lost twice all season and are locked in a battle for promotion with Old Patesians.

Only a single point separates the two sides with a 12 point buffer back to Newbury Blues in third.

Drifters will hope to close the gap on runaway Berks, Bucks & Oxon Premier leaders Swindon College Old Boys when they return to action with a short journey to rivals Phoenix this Saturday.

Just one win in their last three games means Drifters have a point to prove in the New Year but the 17 points they trail Swindon will probably prove insurmountable.

Phoenix have won just one of their 10 matches before Christmas and will be out to improve on that record.

In the same division, Slough, who have already won the Bucks Bowl, return to action with a visit to Tamblyn Fields from county rivals Crowthorne on Saturday.