SLOUGH Town have completed back-to-back wins in the Southern Premier Division after a 2-1 victory against St Neots Town on Saturday.

The Rebels won at Kings Langley in their previous match and doubled up with victory at Arbour Park. It is the first time Slough have won consecutive league games in four weeks.

Perry Coles is a recent addition to the squad and he bagged his first goal for the club after just 27 seconds on Saturday.

The striker scored his second on 44 minutes, before Nabil Shariff pulled a goal back for St Neots in time added on at the end of the first half.

The win leaves Slough in sixth position in the league table and one point behind the play-off places, with at least four games in hand on all the sides above them.

The Rebels travel to ninth-placed Royston Town this Tuesday (7.45pm) before making the journey to promotion rivals Weymouth on Saturday (3pm).

Paul Shone made a successful start as manager at Burnham after a 2-0 win against Royal Wootton Bassett Town at The Gore.

Goals in the second half from Matthew Sinclair and Calvin Morgan gave The Blues a much-needed three points though they remain bottom in the Hellenic Premier Division.

Burnham are away to title-chasing Thatcham Town this Saturday (3pm).

Virginia Water returned to winning form in the Hellenic Division One East after a 2-1 victory away at Wallingford Town.

A goal from Tom Baptie gave Wallingford the lead after the break but Waters responded with goals from Adam McNamara and Josh Guichard.

The win leaves Virginia Water in third position in the league table and two points behind leaders Penn & Tylers Green but with a game in hand.

The Waters welcome Didcot Town Reserves to Stag Meadow this Saturday (3pm).

Holyport also returned to winning form after a 2-1 victory against Didcot Town Reserves.

A goal from Paul Rake inside four minutes gave Port the lead heading into the break at the Draycott Engineering Stadium.

Tom Hoskin restored parity for Didcot but a goal from Josh Lowther on 73 minutes secured all three points for the visitors.

The win leaves Holyport in seventh position in the league table ahead of the short trip to Wokingham & Emmbrook this Saturday (3pm).

Chalvey Sports won 1-0 at Long Crendon to remain in third position in Division Two East.

The Stabmonks are away at Chinnor Reserves on Tuesday (7.45pm) before making the journey to London Rangers this Saturday (3pm).

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