SLOUGH Town have reached the first round proper of the FA Cup for a second consecutive season after a 2-1 win away at Eastbourne Borough on Saturday.

The Rebels took the lead in the fourth qualifying round at Priory Lane thanks to an astonishing goal from Ben Harris.

The striker spotted Eastbourne keeper Mark Smith off his line and lobbed him from inside his own half on seven minutes.

Slough doubled their advantage in the 58th minute with a fine strike from distance by James Dobson - his seventh goal in as many matches.

Eastbourne pulled a goal back through Alfie Rutherford on 70 minutes, but the home team could not find an equaliser and so the Rebels progress.

The draw for the first round proper of the FA Cup will be broadcast live on BBC Two from Top Field, home of Hitchin Town Football Club, on Monday.

Slough return to action in the National League South with a trip to St Albans City this Saturday (3pm) and then Hemel Hempstead Town next Tuesday (7.45pm).

Windsor continue to make progress in the Hellenic League Challenge Cup after a 2-0 win against Holyport on Saturday.

Goals in the second-half from debutante Jordan Ellis and Victor Ocansey ensured victory for Windsor in the third round tie at Stag Meadow.

Windsor return to action in the Hellenic Premier Division with a trip to Reading City this Saturday (3pm), before hosting Holmer Green next Tuesday (7.45pm).

Virginia Water have brought their six-match losing streak to an end after a 2-1 win away at Holmer Green in the Premier Division On Saturday.

A goal from Tom Fifield gave Holmer Green the lead inside eight minutes at Watchet Lane, but visitors fought back with goals from Josh Guichard and Jake Baker.

The win means the Waters have moved up to 14th position in the league table ahead of a visit to Stag Meadow from Fairford Town this Saturday (3pm).

Burnham have made it an incredible eight straight wins in all competitions following their 1-0 victory over Wallingford Town in Division One East.

A goal in the second-half from Dan Molloy secured all three points for the Blues at The Gore.

The win means Burnham have moved up to second position in the league table.

The Blues turn their attention to the Hellenic Subsidiary Cup and a short trip to Chalvey Sports on Tuesday (7.45pm), before a home cup tie against Almondsbury this Saturday (3pm).