SLOUGH Town have recovered from falling a goal behind to beat Biggleswade Town 2-1 and move up one place to second in the Southern Premier Division table on Saturday.

It is the fourth time in six matches that Slough have trailed, but the victory means The Rebels have now won all of their last six games at Arbour Park.

A Shane Hill goal on 24 minutes gave Biggleswade the lead on Non-League Day, where 760 supporters packed into the stadium - the joint-second highest attendance of the season so far.

Warren Harris then levelled the scores at 1-1 with a header four minutes before the half-time interval.

The home team had to wait until the 80th minute to get ahead but Brad Wadkins came off the bench and secured the points with his fifth goal of the season.

Slough make the long journey to Merthyr Town this Tuesday (7.45pm) where a win in Wales could see them move to the top of the league table.

The Rebels turn their attention to the FA Cup and a home fourth qualifying round tie against Bostik Premier Division club Folkestone Invicta this Saturday (3pm).

Burnham have suffered a shock 1-0 defeat against Thame Rangers in round one of the Hellenic League Challenge Cup on Saturday.

The tie at The Gore ended goalless in normal time, but a Dan Mullen strike in the 98th minute send the Division One East club through to the next round.

Burnham return to Premier Division action when Ascot United visit on Tuesday (7.45pm), before a trip to Wantage Town this Saturday (3pm).

Chalvey Sports have progressed into round two of the competition after a 3-0 win against Headington Amateurs on Saturday.

Goals from Jamie Earis and Carlton Chisambara gave Sports a clear lead at the half-time interval at the Chalvey Recreation Ground.

A second strike from Earis after the break ensured the win over the higher-league club, with the reward a second round tie away at Milton United.

Chalvey turn their attention to the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy and a second round tie away at Chalfont Wasps this Saturday (3pm).

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