BURNHAM progressed in the Bluefin Sports Cup after winning 2-0 at Wallingford Town last Saturday with goals from Ryan Debattista in the first half and substitute Aiden Higgs in the second.

But the Blues remain pointless in the Premier Division of the Hellenic League after suffering their third defeat in as many games when going down 2-0 to unbeaten pacemakers Binfield on Tuesday, with new signings Jamie McClurg (62 mins) and Joel Valentin (78) getting the goals.

But it was still a good showing and they probably did enough to secure a point.

This Saturday, Burnham make the long trip to Gloucestershire to play Southern Division One South side Slimbridge in the preliminary round of the FA Cup.

Providing a replay is not required, Blues will host Flackwell Heath in the league on Monday (3pm).

Chalvey Sports drew 3-3 with Holyport in Division One East on Tuesday in front of a crowd of 113 at Arbour Park.

Charlie Evans bagged a brace with Jamie Earis adding the other, while Sports ended the game with 10 men after Reece Brophy had been shown two yellow cards.

Chalvey travel to Abingdon Town tomorrow (Saturday) before entertaining Risborough Rangers, who took maximum points from their first four games, at Arbour Park on Bank Holiday Monday (3pm).

Last Saturday, Holyport won 3-2 away at Didcot Town Development in the Bluefin Sports Cup thanks to goals from Alan Ackeman, Josh Lowther and Wesley Sutherland.

Port now have a break before taking on Unite UK at Summerleaze in the FA Vase on September 1.

Langley remain pointless after suffering a 5-0 drubbing at home to Penn & Tylers Green on Tuesday.

They face a tough trip to Risborough Rangers tomorrow.

Division Two South side Taplow United were no match for unbeaten Premier Division side Reading City in the Bluefin Sports Cup, crashing to a 10-0 defeat at Stanley Jones Field.

They play their first league match this Saturday, at home to Hazlemere Sports.

Last season's runners-up, Cookham Dean, begin their Thames Valley Premier Division campaign at Woodcote next Wednesday.

Maidenhead Town visit Mortimer and Wraysbury Village are at home to Windlesham United.