SLOUGH Town made it five wins on the spin in all competitions this season after a 3-2 victory at Dartford in the National League South on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

The Rebels recovered from falling two goals behind to win at Princes Park, extending their unbeaten run in all competitions to 10 matches and moving them into the play-off positions.

The visitors were unfortunate not to take the lead early on when Matthew Lench rattled the crossbar after a run through midfield.

Dartford broke the deadlock as Charlie Sheringham rose to meet a corner kick and Darren McQueen got the final touch to score after 34 minutes.

The home team doubled their advantage just two minutes later when Josh Hill rose highest at the near post to head the ball across goal and and in off the far post.

Slough pulled a goal back as Lench was able to feed Daniel Roberts and the in-form striker struck the ball across keeper Mark Smith in the 38th minute. It is his fourth goal of the season and third in four matches.

The Rebels were unfortunate not to level the scores early on in the second half when Warren Harris saw his header from a corner kicked off the line. Dartford were then out of luck as Josh Hill struck the bar with a header.

The away side equalised when the ball bounced kindly for Lench and he found the bottom corner with a finish on his left foot after 63 minutes. It is his fourth goal of the season.

Slough then secured their first-ever win against Dartford as Max Worsfold delivered a cross into the box and substitute Ben Harris headed the ball down and into the bottom corner to give Smith no chance in the 78th minute. It is his fifth goal of the season and third in just two games.

The win means The Rebels have moved up to sixth position in the league table and nine points behind league leaders Wealdstone.

Slough turn their attention to the FA Cup and a third qualifying round tie away at league rivals Chippenham Town this Saturday (3pm).