SLOUGH Town have returned to winning form in the Southern Premier Division this season after a 4-0 victory against Redditch United on Tuesday.

The Rebels suffered a first defeat in 10 matches in all competitions on Saturday but bounced back to form with a comfortable win at Arbour Park.

A goal from Ben Harris gave the home side the lead inside eight minutes and James Dobson doubled the advantage midway through the first half.

Warren Harris made it three with his fifth goal of the season on 50 minutes before Redditch defender James Mutton scored an own goal five minutes from time.

The win moves Slough up to fifth position in the league table and back into the play-off places, still with three matches in hand on all the sides above them.

The Rebels welcome ninth-placed Banbury United to Arbour Park this Saturday (3pm), before a trip to Biggleswade United on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Maidenhead United are out of the FA Trophy this season following a 3-2 defeat against Stockport County after extra time in a third round replay on Tuesday.

A goal from Jake Hyde on 57 minutes gave United the lead at Edgeley Park, and Sam Barratt doubled the advantage just five minutes later.

Darren Stephenson pulled a goal back for Stockport with seven minutes remaining before Adam Thomas levelled the scores in the final minute of normal time.

Stockport, of National League North, secured their progress when Stephenson bagged his second goal of the tie four minutes into extra time.

Maidenhead return to action in the National League when second from bottom Torquay United visit York Road this Saturday (3pm).

Holyport have made progress in the Hellenic League Supplementary Cup after a 5-1 win against Wokingham & Emmbrook at Summerleaze on Tuesday.

Port return to action in Division One East with a trip to Chalfont Wasps this Saturday (3pm).

On Monday, Windsor returned to winning form in the Premier Division with a 3-2 victory away at Binfield.

The win keeps Windsor in ninth position in the league table ahead of a visit to Stag Meadow from leaders Highworth Town this Saturday (3pm).

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