ASCOT United moved five points clear at the top of the Combined Counties League following their 3-2 home win over CB Hounslow on Saturday.

The Yellamen took a two-goal lead in the first half through Luqman Kassim and Ian Davies, but after half-time the visitors hit back through defender Billy Roach and a Harry Livingstone penalty, making it 2-2 with 20 minutes remaining.

But they were also awarded a spot-kick in the 76th minute when substitute Jon Bennett was brought down and Harry Laflin made no mistake to secure a deserved victory.

Goalkeeper Andy Rider grabbed a dramatic late equaliser for Sandhurst Town as they drew 2-2 at Walton & Hersham on Tuesday last week.

He forced the ball home from a goalmouth scramble after going up for a corner in stoppage-time.

The dual-registered Danny Horscroft, who recently left Binfield for Windsor, came off the bench to score the opening goal for the Fizzers, who played for most of the second half with 10 men after Owen Davies had been sent off for two yellow-card offences.

Former skipper Adam Barnard has been left "totally devastated" after having to retire from football due to injury following a career spanning 26 years.

Sandhurst's Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy tie at Cookham Dean was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch, a week after the game was abandoned at half-time due to the same reason. The Fizzers will now have home advantage for the tie which was due to be played tonight (Tuesday). This Saturday, they are away to Westside.

Eversley & California lost 3-0 at AFC Hayes last weekend and that left them five points adrift at the bottom of Division One.

They face Chessington & Hook United at home this Saturday.