SLOUGH TOWN recorded a sixth consecutive home win when beating King’s Lynn Town 3-0 at Arbour Park on Saturday.
The win, which featured a first club goal for Liam Enver-Marum, keeps The Rebels fourth in the league table and on course for the play-offs.
Slough took the lead on seven minutes when King’s Lynn keeper Alex Stewart could not stop Chris Flood from heading in at the back post.
The home side doubled their lead on 25 minutes as Simon Dunn converted a low cross from Warren Harris. It is his 10th goal of the season.
Flood thought he had doubled his own tally with a header but the visitors were able to clear off their line.
Kings Lynn started the second half the better but Slough added a third goal in the 50th minute. Dunn found Enver-Marum who drew then rounded Street and slotted the ball into the net.
Slough travel to Kettering Town this Saturday (3pm) before returning to Arbour Park for the visit of relegation-threatened Cirencester Town on April 8.
Burnham did not have a fixture to fulfill last weekend but complete their season with a trip to Tuffley Rovers on Saturday April 15.
PHOTO: Jason Marney scored for Lynchpin in their 4-3 win at Stokenchurch.
The Blues will avoid relegation from the Hellenic Premier Division unless bottom of the table Henley Town (three points behind) can turn around a 10-goal difference in the final round of fixtures.
Chalvey Sports remain the unbeaten leaders of Division Two East after a 2-0 home win against Oxford City Development on Saturday. Top scorer Ryan Hazell got both the goals.
Chalvey are away to second-placed Flackwell Heath Reserves on Tuesday (7.45pm), before hosting Thame United Reserves at the Recreation Ground this Saturday (3pm).
Lynchpin remain fifth in the table after a 4-3 win away at Stokenchurch. Sam Otero scored twice in the victory with Jason Marney and Tyler also on target.
Lynchpin are away to Abingdon United Reserves in the Challenge Cup semi-finals tonight (7.45pm), before a return to league action at home to Milton Keynes Academy on Saturday (3pm).
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