Flackwell Heath's 2-1 win over North Leigh in Saturday's FA Cup preliminary round tie is one of the best in their recent history, according to manager Graham Malcolm.
Dan Rapley put the Heathens in front
Holyport's involvement in the Floodlit Cup came to an early end last night as they were beaten 3-1 at Shortwood Reserves.
Manager Martin Kenealy was forced to field an inexperienced side due to players' work
Marlow's players can have no complaints if they're axed from the team for Saturday's trip to Northwood after failing to impress in the FA Cup defeat at Milton United.
Manager Mark Bartley said the players
Graham Malcolm admitted the Heathens didn't have the best day at the office as they dropped their first points of the campaign against Wootton Bassett Town on Saturday.
But by 5pm on Monday, they'd notched
Windsor's attentions return to the league tomorrow, and the visit of Mole Valley SCR, with manager Mick Woodham admitting he may have to sacrifice some of the team's attacking flair to make them more resilient