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Saturday 29 November 2014 7:07 AM

Slough Town FC News

The Rebels extended a fine run of league form to take their unbeaten streak to six after two resolute performances this week.

Slough kicked-off a stretch of four straight home fixtures with a 2-1 victory over Hitchin on Saturday thanks to second-half efforts from Edward Smith and Billy Jeffreys.

Joint-manager Neil Baker described the win as a 'bonus' after seeing Jeffreys


19:00 Thu 27 Nov 2014
Jamie McClurg Slough Town 2,ChippenhamTown 2 SloughTown let slip a two-goal half-time lead as ChippenhamTown fought back to draw 2-2 on Tuesday. Slough took the lead when Smith found the bottom corner with a left-footed volley
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18:22 Sat 22 Nov 2014
Eddie Smith has scored five goals in four games for the Rebels Slough Town (0) 2, Hitchin Town (0) 1 Slough Town were far from their best but second half goals from Ed Smith and Billy Jeffreys gave them victory over Hitchin Town and a precious three
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16:50 Tue 11 Nov 2014
Drax This week's SportsTALK podcast includes reflections on a late defeat for Maidenhead United away to table-topping Boreham Wood and a six goal thriller at Holloways park. Dan caught up with Magpies manager Johnson Hippolyte for
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15:06 Tue 25 Nov 2014
VIDEO: Slough Town's Jon Underwood & Neil Baker on Saturday's 2-1 win over Hitchin Town Jon Underwood admitted Slough Town were second best in Saturday's 2-1 win over Hitchin Town, but hailed their hard work in grinding out a result. Speaking after the final whistle Underwood accepted Hitchin had been
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08:54 Sun 16 Nov 2014
Dave Tarpey Windsor (0) 2, Colliers Wood United (0) 1 Windsor scored twice in the final five minutes to take the points against a hard working and swift counter-attacking Colliers Wood United. Royalists boss Mick Woodham called
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17:00 Mon 10 Nov 2014
Jon Underwood Slough joint boss Jon Underwood believes the Rebels can push to be among the play-off positions if they can get their home form right between now and Christmas. The Rebels have three league games to
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18:30 Thu 27 Nov 2014
Grimsby Hopes are high that Maidenhead United can match last season's FA Trophy success, which saw the side come mightily close to upsetting Conference high-flyers Grimsby away in the second round. Johnson Hippolyte would be more
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13:00 Fri 28 Nov 2014
Mick Woodham The Royalists experienced both the highs and lows of last-gasp goals in an eventful week for Mick Woodham's side. Windsor fell to a late 2-1 defeat at home to Camberley Town on Saturday, having snatched
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08:35 Thu 13 Nov 2014
Reading v Arsenal - McCleary Winger Garath McCleary could feature in two behind-closed-doors friendlies during the international break as he steps up his fitness ahead of a return to first team action. The midfielder was given the all clear by
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20:30 Thu 27 Nov 2014
wycombe wand Gareth Ainsworth's table-topping squad has been further strengthened by the loan signing of exciting attacker Fred Onyedinma from Championship side Millwall. The 18-year-old featured against the Blues in the Capital One Cup clash earlier this
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Slough Town News

Slough Town FC are a well respected name in non-league football who currently play in the Southern League Central Division.

Just 15 years ago the Rebels were in the Conference, one step away from reaching the Football League.

But in 1998 the consortium which ran the club decided they were not prepared to pay for the ground improvements needed to stay at that level and Slough were demoted to the Isthmian League.

Since then the club has transferred to the Southern League and now, under the guidance of boss Steve Bateman, it is trying to work its way back up the football pyramid.

In each of the last three seasons, the Rebels have come up just short in their search for promotion, missing out in the play-offs.

They started the current 2012/13 campaign as favourites to win the championship but so far they have been hampered by a fine run in the FA Cup.

Slough made it all the way to the first round proper of the competition where they met Conference Premier side Mansfield Town.

The Rebels earned an impressive 0-0 draw at Mansfield in the original tie before losing at home on penalties following a 1-1 draw in the replay.


Club: Slough Town FC

Nickname: The Rebels

Formed: 1890

Ground: Holloways Park

League: Southern Central Division

Chairman: Steve Easterbrook

Manager: Steve Bateman

Twitter: @SloughTown

Website: www.sloughtownfc.net