Slough Town left Runnymede Stadium with three vital points as
they hoped to give their promotion campaign another boost.
didn't start well for the Rebels. We hardly had a proper shot in the
first-half and when we did, it was a decent volley by Alex Haddow to
level the scorers midway through the first-half after Baker had put
the hosts ahead via a free-kick.
Egham went into half-time deservedly in the lead after Greene had
restored their advantage when he broke through the Rebels defence
and hit a shot past Alan Foster (pictured left).
The second-half was a somewhat different story.
the Rebels got their second equaliser they were all over their
Surrey opponents. when Ian Hodges (pictured right) was fouled
outside the area, Alex Haddow unleashed a sweet left-footed shot
that curled into the bottom right-corner of the net.
Slough the boost they needed as another Slough attack just a few
minutes later was rewarded with Slough's third and winning goal.
Glen Harris corner found Tony Boot (pictured below left) who fired
the ball home from inside a crowded penalty area.
Rebels were comfortable from then. After a very poor first-half
performance from Slough I would have settled for a point from this
game, but once we took the lead, we showed our true colours and
outplayed our hosts.
Slough Town could be promoted to the Ryman
Premier Division by the end of Saturday's game at the Metropolitan
Police, should we win that game and Staines fail to win at Horsham,
then we will remain at the same level of the non-league pyramid
(full details of the non-league restructuring came be found at www.tonykempster.co.uk).