SLOUGH Town continue to make progress in the FA Cup this season after a 4-0 win away at Bristol Manor Farm on Tuesday night.

The Rebels took a clear lead into the break in the third qualifying round replay thanks to goals from George Wells and Warren Harris.

The visitors secured the victory after half-time at The Creek with goals from Matthew Stevens, his sixth goal in as many matches, and substitute Louie Soares.

Slough have been drawn away to Eastbourne Borough in the fourth qualifying round tie, which is due to take place on Saturday 20th October (3pm).

The Rebels won 4-2 at Priory Lane in the National League South three and a half weeks ago.

Slough return to league action with a trip to Welling United this Saturday (3pm).

Burnham have made it four cup wins in succession after a 6-1 victory against Chinnor in the Hellenic League Subsidiary Cup.

The Blues took a clear lead into the break at The Gore thanks to a George Weller brace plus a goal from Ramel Sutherland.

The home team secured the win after half-time with an Aiden Higgs brace plus a second Sutherland goal, before Chinnor pulled one back late on.

Chalvey Sports have made progress in the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy after a 2-0 win against old rivals Langley at Arbour Park.

The Stabmonks secured the victory with goals either side of the half-time interval from Levi Thackery and Lawrie Toombs.

Chalvey turn their attention to the Slough Town Challenge Cup and a second round tie away at Iver Heath Village this Saturday (2pm).

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