Nathan Webb has joined Beaconsfield Town on loan
Slough Town are trying to do a deal to bring in a player with Championship experience for the run in to their campaign. The Rebels are in need of options across the squad as they face up to playing 20 league and cup games in just 10 weeks. They’ve already persuaded striker Perry Coles to join from Farnborough, but two other seven-day approaches for players were turned down.
Windsor’s failure to take the chances which came their way came back to haunt them, as they allowed leaders Highworth Town to escape Stag Meadow with a 2-1 win. The Royalists carried the greater threat, in appalling conditions on Saturday, and their manager was certain they’d add to Brad Pearce’s 29th minute goal as they flooded forward in the second half.
Kings Langley 0, Slough Town 2
Two thumping first half headers from Mark Nisbet and Chris Flood saw Slough Town comfortably overcome Kings Langley at Gaywood Park this afternoon. For management team Neil Baker and Jon Underwood this was much more like it from the promotion contenders, who bounced back following last weekend’s dismal home defeat by Banbury United.
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