SLOUGH Town extended their unbeaten run in the National League South to six matches after a 2-1 win at Berkshire rivals Hungerford Town on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

The Rebels took the lead inside two minutes at Bulpit Lane when a George Wells shot rebound to Mark Nisbet and the centre back found the back of the net for his second goal of the season.

The visitors doubled their advantage in the 32nd minute as captain Marvel Ekpiteta diverted a Matthew Lench corner into his own net.

Hungerford came close to pulling a goal back before the break but Marcus Johnson-Schuster was denied by a brilliant save from keeper Jack Turner.

The Crusaders did have the ball in the net two minutes into the second half but the assistant referee had his flag raised for offside.

The home side eventually scored when Danilo Orsi-Dadomo found the back of the net after 65 minutes.

Slough then had a big shout for a penalty after a challenge on Lench inside the box but nothing was given by referee Tom Bishop.

The Rebels were reduced to 10 men as centre back Guy Hollis was shown a second yellow card in the 70th minute. It is the fifth time the centre back has been sent off in his Slough career and the third time this season.

The visitors had Turner to thank for holding on to all three points after he made a brilliant save to tip a shot from Noah Chesmain around the post.

The win means Slough remain in 11th position in the league table and six points behind the play-off spots with four matches remaining this season.

Slough return to Arbour Park for the visit of third-placed Welling United this Saturday (3pm).

Burnham missed the chance to be crowned champions in Hellenic Division One East after a 1-0 defeat at Didcot Town Development last weekend.

Keiran Davies scored the only goal in the game during the first half at the GWR Loop Meadow Stadium.

The Blues can secure the title and promotion to the Premier Division with a draw or win against bottom side Chinnor at The Gore this Saturday (3pm).

Burnham turn their attention to the Hellenic Subsidiary Cup and a semi-final tie at rivals Holyport on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Chalvey Sports returned to winning form in the league following their 15-1 victory against Abingdon Town at Arbour Park last weekend.

Jason Marney was the star on show for the Stabmonks with his five-goal haul, scoring a first-half hat-trick and then bagging two in as many minutes after the break.

Lawrie Toombs and Latif Erskine-Moore both scored hat-trick, with two goals for Tom Jansons, and one apiece for Tom Williams and Charlie Evans.

Abingdon got a consolation goal when Chalvey centre back Sean Robinson diverted the ball into his own net.

The win means Chalvey now stand in sixth position in the table ahead of their final match of the season at home to Didcot Town Development on Saturday 20th April (3pm).