SLOUGH Town extended their unbeaten run in the National League South to five matches after a 2-2 draw with St Albans City on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

Brothers Lee and Sam Togwell scored the goals as the Rebels battled hard but could not gain all three points at Arbour Park.

The home team dominated early on and took the lead midway through the first half when a Matthew Lench corner caused confusion in the St Albans defence and Sam Togwell took advantage to head in.

Slough then had keeper Jack Turner to thank for keeping them ahead, producing a spectacular save to keep out a free-kick from Saints captain Tom Bender.

The visitors did equalise on the stroke of half-time as a cushioned header from Sam Merson fell into the path of David Moyo to strike home.

The second half burst into life when Rebels defender Guy Hollis conceded a penalty. The resulting spot kick from Merson was well hit but Turner produced a fantastic save low to his right.

Slough found the net again in the 75th minute. Lee Togwell fired a loose ball toward goal from the edge of the box and, thanks to a favourable deflection, was able to bag his fifth goal of the season.

It did not take long for St Albans to level the scores however as a back post header from Bender was fumbled by Turner and the ball crossed the goal line after 80 minutes.

The draw means the Rebels remain in 11th position in the league table and seven points behind the play-off spots with five matches remaining this season.

Slough make the trip across Berkshire to fifth-from-bottom Hungerford Town this Saturday (3pm).

Burnham did not have a fixture to fulfill last weekend but can secure the Hellenic Division One East title with a win at Didcot Town Development this Saturday (3pm).

Chalvey Sports welcome AFC Aldermaston to Arbour Park on Tuesday (7.45pm) and then Abingdon Town this Saturday (3pm).

Langley made it four consecutive wins in Division Two East following their 7-0 victory against rivals Taplow United at Summerleaze last weekend.

The win means Langley have moved up one place to second position in the league table and four points behind leaders Long Crendon with seven matches still to play.

Langley welcome Chalfont Wasps to Summerleaze on Tuesday (7.45pm) and then make the short trip to Chalvey Sports Reserves this Saturday (3pm).