CHALVEY Sports regained the winning thread in the Hellenic League Division One East after a 1-0 victory at Woodley United on Saturday.

The Stabmonks suffered defeat the previous weekend but an own goal nine minutes into the match was the difference between the two sides at Rivermoor.

The win means Chalvey remain in sixth position in the table ahead of a visit to Arbour Park from fourth-placed Milton United on Tuesday night (7.45pm).

Holyport made it back-to-back home league wins following their 2-0 victory against Long Crendon at Summerleaze Village.

Goals in the second half from Daniel Rapley and Adam Sharp was enough for Port to secure all three points and continue to stand in fifth place in the table.

The two sides meet again in the reverse fixture at Court Place Farm on Tuesday night (7.45pm).

Langley are now on a 10-match losing streak in the league after a 2-0 defeat at Wokingham & Emmbrook.

Goals either side of the half-time whistle from Josh Harris and Liam Eagle won The Sumas the points at the Emmbrook Sports & Social Club.

Langley remain second from bottom in the table and they have not tasted success since the win against basement side Abingdon Town back in November.

Langley are the home side in the Summerleaze Village derby match against landlords Holyport this Saturday (3pm).

Burnham failed in their attempt to move into the top five in the Premier Division following a 4-1 defeat at high-flying Binfield on Friday night.

A goal from Asa Povey gave Binfield the lead inside the opening seconds and George Short doubled the advantage before the break at Stubb’s Lane.

The Moles scored in the opening seconds of the second half as well this time through Sean Moore before the visitors pulled one back just past the hour mark.

Binfield wrapped up the three points when Moore scored his second goal in the game five minutes from the final whistle.

The defeat leaves Burnham in sixth position in the table ahead of a short trip to Stag Meadow to face Virginia Water on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Windsor regained the winning thread after a 4-1 victory at Longlevens to move into the top half in the table.

A Tomas Kalinauskas brace gave the visitors a clear lead heading into the break at Sawmills End.

Windsor increased the advantage with a goal from Billy Montague before Ben Hands pulled one back for the home side, but Montague sealed the points with his second 10 minutes from time.

Windsor now stand in ninth position in the table ahead of a trip to Easington Sports this Saturday (3pm).