08:00AM, Friday 15 April 2022
Windsor RFC forfeited their penultimate South West 1 East game of the season at Banbury on Saturday after failing to raise a team for the fixture.
The Royals had been due to visit Banbury following their disappointing 45-12 home defeat to Witney the previous weekend, but poor availability meant they were unable to make the trip and the hosts were awarded the win.
They now have a week's break before playing their final game of the season against Beaconsfield at Home Park on Saturday, April 23.
The Royals will be hoping to round off an underwhelming campaign on a positive note, and the teams played out a thriller when they met on the opening day of the campaign, Beaconsfield running out 47-36 winners.
They look set to finish the season in 11th place but could still fall to 13th if other results went against them.
Slough RFC finished their Berks, Bucks & Oxon Premier Division season in fifth place having been awarded a home win over Hungerford in their final game.
It's lifted them 13 points clear of sixth-placed Aldermaston who still have one game to play at home to Crowthorne.
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