SLOUGH Town suffered a first defeat in five matches in all competitions when losing 2-0 at Weston-super-Mare in the National League South on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

Weston scored two quick goals early on in the second-half at the Woodspring Stadium as the Rebels fell to a frustrating defeat in Somerset.

The visitors had the best chance of the first-half as striker Ben Harris burst through on goal but was denied by a save from Weston keeper and man-of-the-match Luke Purnell.

The second period began in a frustrating fashion for Slough as the home team broke quickly from a corner and Jennison Myrie-Williams set up Jacob Cane to score on 48 minutes.

Weston doubled their advantage three minutes later as Marlon Jackson was put through on goal and the striker placed his shot past keeper Jack Turner.

The Rebels applied some pressure on Weston for the remainder of the match with Chris Flood unfortunate to see a shot cleared off the line, before Lee Togwell sent an effort wide of the post when in acres of space.

The defeat means Slough have dropped two places to 12th position in the league table ahead of a trip to fifth-placed Billericay Town on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Slough then return to Arbour Park for the visit of relegation-threatened Gloucester City this Saturday (3pm).

Hellenic Division One East leaders Burnham did not have a fixture to fulfill last weekend but return to action with a visit to The Gore from Chinnor this Saturday (3pm).

Chalvey Sports have reached the semi-finals of the Slough Town Challenge Cup this season after a 4-0 win against AFC Crowthorne on Saturday.

A goal from Adam Milligan gave the Stabmonks a lead over the opponents from the East Berkshire Premier Division heading into the break at Arbour Park.

The home side secured their place in the last four with goals in the second-half from Milligan, Sean Robinson and Joe Creighton.

Chalvey Sports do not return to action until Saturday 9th February when Chinnor are the visitors to Arbour Park in Division One East.

Langley have made it seven wins on the bounce in all competitions following their 2-1 victory at Long Crendon in Division Two East.

Dean Papali scored both goals for the visitors, who remain in third position in the table.

Langley turn their attention to the Hellenic Supplementary Cup and a third round tie away at Easington Sports from Division One West on Tuesday (7.30pm).

Langley return to league action when Chalvey Sports Reserves make the short journey to Summerleaze this Saturday (3pm).