Holyport are looking to bounce back against bottom-club Cheltenham Saracens on Saturday, after Bracknell Town controversially brought an end to their run of four consecutive wins.
Port travelled to the Robins full of confidence after a topsy-turvy 4-3 win over Oxford City Nomads at the Summerleaze Ground, but goals from Cooper-Clark (two) and Chamberlain gave the hosts victory, with Port's Jamie
Mark Bartley believes Marlow can challenge for this season's play-offs if his players get a clean bill of health.
The Blues have ridden a roller-coaster of results this season, but Tuesday's 3-1 home win over
Flackwell Heath have been challenged to stay in touch with the leading teams after breathing fresh life into their title challenge with a 3-0 victory over Ascot United.
The Heathens completed a league double over
Maidenhead United manager Johnson Hippolyte didn't know whether to laugh or cry after seeing his side take the lead in the 90th minute only to concede to the latest of equalisers at Concord Rangers onSaturday.
Magpies boss Johnson Hippolyte hopes to maintain the current feel good factor at York Road with another win against Wealdstone.
Rock-bottom Staines Town were put to the sword by two goals in as many second
Royals keeper Adam Federici came out fighting after his side's dismal 3-0 defeat against AFCBournemouth on Tuesday.
The 29-year-old goalie didn't duck any shots, or pull any punches, as he called for the squad and