SLOUGH Town returned to winning form in the National League South after a 1-0 victory against Hemel Hempstead Town on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

The Rebels had not won in seven league matches but a goal from Lee Togwell was enough to secure them all three points at Arbour Park.

The home side were unfortunate not to take the lead in the first half when Matthew Lench chipped the ball over Hemel keeper Laurie Walker but his effort was cleared off the line.

Slough went close again early on in the second period when Togwell worked the ball onto his left foot but the shot was met with a save onto the post from Walker.

The only goal in the game came after 71 minutes as Togwell burst through the Hemel defence and calmly finished low past the keeper.

It is the midfielder's third goal this season and first since the win at Sholing in the FA Cup back in September.

The win means Slough remain in 12th position in the league table ahead of a trip to play-off chasing Concord Rangers this Saturday (3pm).

Burnham also returned to winning form following their 3-0 victory against Penn & Tylers Green in Hellenic Division One East.

A goal from George Weller plus an Ollie Harris penalty gave the Blues a clear lead heading into the break at The Gore.

The league leaders secured all three points in the second half after a late goal from Lucas Sinclair.

Burnham are now seven points ahead of AFC Aldermaston in second place ahead of a trip to second bottom Abingdon Town this Saturday (3pm).

Chalvey Sports were another side to get back to winning form in the league last weekend after a 3-2 victory at Woodley United.

Goals from Jason Marney, Tom Jansons and Richard Jeffrey gave the Stabmonks a clear lead heading into the break at Rivermoor.

Woodley reduced the deficit in the second half through Jon Malone and an own goal but Chalvey held on to secure all three points.

The Stabmonks are now in seventh position in the league table ahead of a trip to Thame Rangers on Wednesday (7.45pm) before returning to Arbour Park for the visit of Milton United this Saturday (3pm).

Langley remain in third position in Division Two East following their 4-0 home win against Old Bradwell United.

Langley welcome league leaders Penn & Tylers Green Development to Summerleaze on Tuesday (7.45pm).