SLOUGH Town have suffered their second defeat in 11 matches in all competitions after a 3-2 loss away at St Albans City in the National League South on Saturday.

The Rebels took the lead at Clarence Park with a fortuitous goal inside 10 minutes from on-loan striker Matthew Stevens.

Stevens shot low and hard from inside the box with his shot taking a big deflection off a defender which took the ball up and over St Albans keeper Dean Snedker.

The home team equalised moments before the break as a Clovis Kamdjo shot deflected off Mark Nisbet and the ball jumped up and past the helpless Jack Turner.

St Albans went ahead on the hour mark when Ben Wyatt crossed to the unmarked Kamdjo for an easy tap-in at the back post.

The hosts extended their advantage further seven minutes from time as David Moyo hit a low shot from the edge of the box which found the bottom corner.

Slough pulled a goal back in the 87th minute when substitute Chris Flood was able to toe the ball over the line for his fourth goal of the season.

The Rebels had chances for a late equaliser but it was not to be and the defeat leaves them in 12th position in the league table, but just a point outside the play-off spots.

Slough travel to Hemel Hempstead Town on Tuesday (7.45pm), before returning to Arbour Park for the visit of Concord Rangers this Saturday (3pm).

Windsor have recorded a first win in the Hellenic Premier Division in five matches following their 3-0 victory away at Reading City on Saturday.

Goals from Daniel Roberts and Andrew Ingram gave Windsor a clear lead heading into the break at the Rivermoor Stadium, before Reading conceded an own goal after half-time.

The win sees Windsor move up to 10th position in the league table ahead of a visit to Stag Meadow from Holmer Green on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Windsor turn their attention to the FA Vase and a second round proper tie away at Chichester City from the Southern Combination Premier Division this Saturday (3pm).

Virginia Water made it back-to-back league wins with a 3-1 victory against Fairford Town at Stag Meadow.

Goals in the first-half from Adam McNamara and Jake Baker gave The Waters a clear lead heading into the break.

Fairford pulled one back eight minutes after the restart, but the home side secured all three points via Lorenzo di Felice.

The win means Virginia Water have moved up to 13th position in the league table ahead of a trip to Royal Wootton Bassett on Tuesday (7.45pm).

The Waters then travel to Bishops Cleeve this Saturday (3pm).

Burnham saw their nine-match winning streak in all competitions come to an end after a 2-0 defeat to Almondsbury in the Hellenic League Challenge Cup.

Goals either side of the break from Matthew Baker and Chris Church saw the Blues beaten in the third round tie at The Gore.

Burnham turn their attention to the Subsidiary Cup and a trip to Penn & Tylers Green on Tuesday (7.45pm).

The Blues return to action in Division One East with a trip to Chinnor this Saturday (3pm).

Holyport recovered from falling two goals behind to win beat Division One East leaders Aldermaston 3-2 at Summerleaze.

Two goals in the first-half from Lemar Maycock gave Aldermaston a clear lead heading into the break, before a Steve Deverall brace plus a Adam Sharp strike secured the points for Port after half-time.

The win means Holyport have moved up to eighth position in the league table.

Port welcome Wokingham & Emmbrook to Summerleaze in the Subsidiary Cup on Tuesday (7.45pm), before North Leigh United visit this Saturday (3pm).

Chalvey Sports have suffered back-to-back home defeats when falling 2-0 to Woodley United in Division One East on Saturday.

The loss leaves the Stabmonks in ninth position in the league table.

Chalvey travel to Chinnor in the Subsidiary Cup on Tuesday (7.45pm), and then Pewsey Vale this Saturday (3pm).