A crowd of 1,248 saw Slough Town defeat the Arsenal Under 18s 1-0 at Arbour Park.

Taking place on July 29, a Ben Harris goal in the fifth minute was all that separated the two dies in the pre-season friendly.

The Gunners, who are now under the stewardship of cult hero Jack Wilshire, fell behind after some poor defending between the Arsenal centre back and keeper allowed the striker to poach home from close range.

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The first half belonged to the hosts as they continued to put the North London side on the back foot, with Wilshere’s boys not really penetrating Slough’s defence.

The second period saw Arsenal improve greatly, but Slough held on for the pre-season win.

Jon Underwood, Slough’s joint-manager, said: “A solid if unspectacular pre-season for us but the main thing is we’ve avoided any major injuries and we have a fit squad who are very honest and together.

“Looking forward to next week and the start of another challenging but exciting National League South season.”

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Neil Baker, the club’s other joint-manager, added: “Was never a fan of pre-season as a player but find it worse as a manager.

“It is just a process you have to get through!

“However we are now done and can look forward to next week and preparing for a tough opening game away Havant & Waterlooville."