Rebels Online
About the Site
News Index
Search the Site
Slough Town FC
Away Fans Guide
Club History
Club Information
Kennedy Park News
Stag Meadow
Supporters Trust
Video Clips
Wexham Park
This Season
Fixtures & Results
Photos Index
Playing Squad
Past Players
Player Profiles
Fun & Games



The Poll

Should I ever fix this poll?


View Current Standings


Glen Harris - saw his penalty saved

Rebels capitulate at Burnham
by Nathan on 26/03/2009

The Rebels put up no fight whatsoever as they gift the local derby to Burnham 3-0.


Slough Town



Richard Witt
Leon Yarnie
Leon Yarnie
British Gas Business Southern League Division One South & West
The Gore
Tuesday 24th March 2009
The Report
Fellow strugglers Burnham strolled in an easy win against a Slough side who just didn't look up for it. Despite possession being fairly even, the Rebels gifted two goals to Burnham who didn't have to try.

The first of many errors on the night by Rebels goalkeeper Jamie Jackson (pictured right) nearly resulted in the opening goal as he gave the ball to Ray Spence, who hit the ball into the car park behind the goal.

But the next unforced mistake, this time from Rory Smith who gave away a corner, allowed Richard Witt to rise above the defence and head home for 1-0.

Leon Yarnie doubled their lead after beating a static Luke Evans and firing past Jackson. The Rebels almost responded immediately from the restart, as Byron Bubb was set up following a good one-two between Danny Jordan and Matthew Platt. But Bubb's effort flew narrowly over the crossbar from a very good position, unmarked inside the area.

That was the closest Slough came to scoring all night, as Burnham closed ranks, perfectly happy to sit back and absorb what little the Rebels threw at them.

It could have been 3-0 at the break, but former Rebel Glen Harris (pictured left) saw his spot kick saved by Jackson down low to the right, after Ray Spence was fouled inside the area having beaten Luke Evans.

The Rebels dominated possession during the second half, but only Steve Sinclair came close to reducing the deficit as his volley was well saved. The only chance for Burnham in the second 45 came as an unmarked forward fired narrowly wide of the right post following a poorly defended corner.

But another defensive error allowed Leon Yarnie a clear route to goal to double his tally deep into injury time, to put the icing on a pathetically poor performance from the Rebels.

The Teams


Slough Town

1. Chico Ramos
2. Jeff Brown
3. Matt Burns
4. Ryan Bird
5. Rob Paris
6. Richard Witt
7. Jack Jeffries
8. Ray Spence
9. Leone Yarnie
10. Glen Harris
11. Ben Hudell
1. Jamie Jackson
2. Dean Harper
3. Andrew Iwediuno (14)
4. Robbie Kean
5. Luke Evans
6. Rory Smith
7. Steve Sinclair
8. Chris Fermie
9. Danny Jordan (16)
10. Matthew Platt
11. Byron Bubb
Substitutes Substitutes
12. TBC
14. TBC
15. TBC
16. TBC
17. TBC
12. Roy Gumbs
14. Tyron Sealney (3)
15. Ryan Fenton
16. Yashwa Romeo (9)
17. David Iwediuno

Attendance: 305

Match Officials

Referee Mark Mellor
Assistant Referee TBC
Assistant Referee TBC

RebelsOnline Man of the Match

Steve Sinclair

Yet again Steve looked dangerous down the right, as well as being one of the few who looked like they cared.

Match Photos


Video Clips


If you have anything to contribute towards any of our match reports, or if you would like to report a mistake, incorrect information or an error, please let us know. Email us at

Talk about this on the Fan's Forum

RebelsOnline is an independent website and the views expressed are not necessarily those of
Slough Town Football Club

All photographs, images, text and other content are copyright 2003-2006 RebelsOnline
and must not be reproduced in whole or in part without prior permission.