08:21PM, Saturday 15 January 2022
York City 1, Slough Town 0
Clayton Donaldson’s header in the 19th minute was enough to nudge York City into the next round of the FA Trophy at the expense of a brave and battling Slough Town on Saturday afternoon.
Jon Underwood and Neil Baker were keen to write another chapter in the Rebels’ history book on Saturday afternoon but were narrowly denied at the LNER Community Stadium.
Alfonso Tenconi appeared to be his side’s chief tormentor but was stifled throughout the 90 minutes by the impressive Peter Jameson. Mark Nisbet, Matt Lench and Freddie Grant also went close.
After the match, joint boss Underwood tweeted: “Gutted our Trophy run is over but proud of our lads who dominated the 2nd half but just couldn’t find the goal we needed.
“Fans were brilliant and I’d like to thank each and every one of them for travelling and getting behind us like that.”
Burnham 0, Wokingham & Emmbrook 3
In the absence of Manny Williams - who departed earlier this week - Burnham conceded three goals and three points to Wokingham and Emmbrook in the Combined Counties Premier Division North.
Luke Scope (8’), Callum Eagle (82’), and Nathan Mindomba (87’) were all on target for the Sumas.
Burnham stay in 13th and play host to Holyport next Saturday (January 22).
Holyport 1, Virginia Water 0
Derek Sweetman’s side picked up their fourth win of the campaign this afternoon, a result which lifted them off the bottom of the division and into 17th.
Ashley Hunt (87’) scored the solitary goal of the game but Fred Chapman was arguably man-of-the-match for a string of superb saves which ensured Holyport finished victorious.
Windsor 1, Hanworth Villa 3
Elsewhere in the league, the Royalists were defeated by the league leaders in a game that also featured a red card for Luke Paris.
Michael Kamara (14’) opened the scoring from Sam Merson’s free kick before he turned provider for Meshach Williams (17’) moments later.
Villa’s third goal was secured from the penalty spot thanks to Merson (42’) as the sides headed into the break.
Mark Cooper’s men got themselves on the scoresheet just after the hour mark when Danny Horscroft (61’) met David Hoar’s corner kick.
Tenth-placed Windsor welcome Abbey Rangers to Stag Meadow on January 29.
Flackwell Heath 1, Baldock Town 1
Points were shared between the Heathens and the Reds at Wilks Park in the Spartan South Midlands Premier Division.
Jack Shakespeare (30’) Ashley Hay (38’) were on target for their respective sides.
Flackwell Heath sit in eighth and play Arlesey Town next on Saturday, January 22.
Maidenhead and Slough travellers have long been waiting for the arrival of Crossrail to whisk them quickly into central London.
Burnham Park Academy and a scenic spot near Windsor and Eton Bridge are among the locations to feature in a new romantic drama on Netflix.