SLOUGH Town extended their unbeaten run in the National League South to five matches after a 1-1 draw against St Albans City on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

The Rebels have now not tasted defeat since the loss at Concord Rangers over three weeks ago, two wins and three draws, and this latest point sees them remain in 15th position in the league table.

St Albans were unfortunate not to take the lead inside 15 minutes at Arbour Park as Guiseppe Iaciofano beat keeper Jack Turner with a shot but the ball bounced back off the post.

Slough broke the deadlock when Matthew Lench teed up a shot which swerved around stopper Dean Snedker and into the bottom corner in the 39th minute. It is the midfielder's third goal this season and second in as many matches.

The visitors levelled the scores as Iaciofano was able to tap in from close range after 57 minutes, and they were unfortunate not to take the lead when a shot from substitute Albert Adudongina hit the top of the crossbar.

The Rebels had appeals for a penalty kick turned down late on as Ben Harris went over inside the box under pressure from James Kaloczi, but the referee waved away his claims.

Slough remain at Arbour Park for the visit of third-placed Hemel Hempstead Town on Tuesday (7.45pm), before a trip to Eastbourne Borough this Saturday (3pm).

Burnham exited the FA Vase this season following their 4-2 defeat against Harborough Town from the United Counties League Premier Division in the first qualifying round.

Goals from Daniel Forbes and Callum Steer gave the visitors to The Gore a clear lead heading into the break. Harborough further extended their advantage through Aaron Preston, before The Blues reduced the deficit with goals from Aaron Berry and Dan Molloy. The away side had the final say when Ben Williams scored from the penalty spot.

Burnham turn their attention to the FA Cup and a preliminary round tie at home to Slimbridge from Southern League Division One South on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Windsor did not have a fixture to fulfill last weekend but return to action in the Hellenic Premier Division with a visit to Stag Meadow from Ardley United on Tuesday (7.45pm).