SLOUGH went down 5-3 to Tulse Hill & Dulwich in an exciting encounter at Upton Court Park on Saturday, writes Dave Wright.

Their goals coming from Kuli Matharu, with a brace, and Romnik Nijer.

Slough remain pointless after six games in the Middx, Berks, Bucks & Oxon Premier Division Two West. It is a run they will be hoping to end on Saturday (12.30pm push-back) when they host fellow strugglers Woking, the side immediately above them in the table with just one point to their name.

It is too early in the season to start thinking about relegation, but

three points would be extremely welcome for both sides.

Slough 2s stay top of the London League Division Four after edging home 6-5 against Spencer Titans, their fourth win in five games.

It was a much closer affair than the team had expected as Titans are still without a win after five games and now find themselves at the bottom of the table on goal difference.

Slough are two points better off than second-placed Wimbledon 5s, the side they play at Raynes Park High School this Saturday morning.

After a week’s break, Slough women return to Investec Women’s League action this Saturday when they travel down to Exeter to play ISCA (12 noon pushback).

The Pink and Blacks, fourth in the table, will be seeking to make it

three Division One South wins in a row against a side languishing second from bottom with two victories from six games.

Slough 2s will be looking to extend their unbeaten run in the Trysports Three Counties League Premier One to seven games when they visit Oxford Hawks 3s.

  • WINDSOR stand in fifth position in Division Two of the Middx, Berks, Bucks & Oxon League after a 2-2 draw at Amersham & Chalfont 2s on Saturday.

The Windsor goals came from Ali Parkes and Fraser Thompson, with Geoff Brown and James Maxwell on target for the home team.

Windsor travel to bottom of the table and pointless Marlow 3s this Saturday (4.30pm).

Windsor 2s dropped down to ninth position in Division Five following their 4-1 defeat at home at the hands of Staines 3s, ahead of a visit from Oxford Hawks 6s this Saturday.