The Easter weekend is always a busy one in football, and that’s no different this time around for non-league clubs across Buckinghamshire.

The action starts on Friday when Penn & Tylers Green host Amersham Town in a Spartan South Midlands League Division One derby. That one’s a 7:30 kick-off at French School Meadows.

Also on Friday, albeit just over the border in Berkshire, there is National League action at York Road, where Maidenhead United take on relegation-threatened Weymouth.

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Keeping with tradition, Saturday is the most action-packed day, with six games of note in Bucks.

Two of them come in the Southern League Premier Division South, where Beaconsfield Town play Merthyr Town and Chesham United welcome Gosport Borough.

The Rams are comfortably in mid-table going into their final three games of the campaign, whereas Chesham know that a play-off spot is in their hands.

The Generals are one point behind Weston-super-Mare with a game in hand, but have to go to Hayes & Yeading United on Monday, who were the league leaders at the time of writing.

There is one game in the eighth tier in Bucks on Saturday, and it takes place at Mill Meadow where Chalfont St Peter host Northwood in the Isthmian League Division One South Central.

Risborough Rangers have already secured promotion to that level of the pyramid, but are still chasing the title, and take on Holmer Green at Windsors in a local clash on Saturday.

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In north Bucks, Winslow United welcome Kidlington Reserves to Elmfields Gate, while not far from there, there’s another derby as Leighton Town play host to Milton Keynes Irish.

Also on Saturday, London Tigers take on Thame Rangers at Amersham’s Spratleys Meadow, and over in Oxfordshire, Thame United play Ware.

There is also a smattering on games on Monday as Marlow entertain Thatcham Town and Aylesbury United host Berkhamsted at The Meadow, both in the eighth tier.

With the Blues out of the play-offs by just three points, their doubleheader of games this weekend against Binfield then Thatcham will be crucial.

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Although just outside of Bucks, there are two other games within striking distance on Monday. Slough Town host Hemel Hempstead Town in the National League South, and Holyport play Wokingham & Emmbrook in the Combined Counties League Premier Division North.