SLOUGH Town have returned to the top of the Southern Premier Division table this season after a 0-0 draw away at Kettering Town on Saturday.

The Rebels were last top of the league back in mid-September and the draw at former leaders Kettering extends their unbeaten run to eight matches in all competitions.

Over 800 supporters packed into Latimer Park but strong winds prevented an entertaining match with both teams struggling to create chances.

Slough played against the wind in the first 45 minutes and Kettering had the best opportunity to score when keeper Jack Turner was equal to a shot from Gary Stohrer.

The visitors started well in the second half and Lee Togwell saw a shot held by Kettering stopper Paul White.

Kettering then started to get on top and Turner saved at the feet of Aaron O'Connor and Stohrer fired a free-kick over the crossbar.

However, Slough held on for a share of the spoils and return to Arbour Park when bottom side Gosport Borough visit this Tuesday (7.45pm).

The Rebels then turn their attention to the FA Trophy and a first qualifying round tie away at Southern Division One Central club Kidlington on Saturday (3pm).

Burnham have moved off the bottom of the Hellenic Premier Division league table after a 3-2 victory away at Abingdon United on Saturday.

The Blues made 10 signings in the week as new manager Alan Paris set about re-shaping the squad at The Gore and that appears to have had an immediate impact.

Jordan Dowdican gave Burnham the lead early on at Northcourt but Graham Edney levelled the score before the half-time interval.

Goals from Charlie Fox and Mickel Platter, the latter one of those new signings, after the break gave The Blues clear daylight before Samuel Wharton pulled one back late on for Abingdon.

The win means Burnham have moved up one place to 19th position in the league table ahead of a visit to The Gore from Windsor on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Chalvey Sports recovered from falling a goal behind to draw 1-1 with Penn & Tylers Green Reserves in Hellenic Division Two East.

Bryan Taylor scored the late equaliser at the Chalvey Recreation Ground as Sports go fifth in the league table.

Chalvey are at home to second from bottom Chinnor Reserves this Saturday (3pm).

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