Beaconsfield had a great week in the league but suffered a heart-breaking penalty shootout defeat in the cup.

They started the ball rolling after just 53 seconds in a 2-0 win over Fleet Town when a corner fell to Scott Cousins on the edge of the Fleet twelve yard box and he fired low and hard through a crowded area to chalk up his first goal in a Beaconsfield shirt.

The Rams doubled the lead ten minutes later when a fast flowing move saw Charlie Losasso send in a curling effort that crashed back off the post straight into the path of the onrushing Jordan Ajanlekoko who fired home in some style.

After that, Town were on cruise control and held on for a comfortable win.

However, Beaconsfield’s unbeaten run finally came to an end after they came from two nil down against neighbours Slough Town before finally losing in a penalty shootout.

Aaron Minhas had an effort go just wide at the start of the second period before Slough took the lead on 51 minutes with a superb free kick from Matt Lench that left Jamie Norris stranded. On 67 minutes it was 2-0 as Nathan Smart hit a long range effort that gave Norris no chance.

Lewis Putman hit an 83rd minute free kick under the Slough wall to put Beaconsfield right back in it. Putman then saw an effort cleared off the line on 89 minutes before the home side levelled a minute later via a header from Luke Neville who along with Jerome Eccleston was outstanding at the heart of The Rams defence.

Despite a first defeat in seven, The Rams were excellent in defeat.