BEACONSFIELD Town continued their preparations for the new Evo-Stick League Premier South season after a 3-2 win at Bedfont Town on Saturday.

The Rams travel to Thame United this Saturday (4pm), before hosting Slough Town at Holloways Park next Monday (7.45pm).

Chesham United maintained their perfect winning record this summer with a 3-0 victory at Tring Athletic on Saturday.

The Generals have confirmed that 13 players from the squad last season have agreed to remain at The Meadow for the new Premier South campaign. Luke Warner-Eley has left the club to join Dartford after a successful trial, whilst Lewis Rolfe has joined Cambridge City.

The club has announced the signings of Dernell Wynter from Potters Bar Town, Mark Kirby from Enfield Town and Karl Oliyde from Hampton & Richmond Borough.

Chesham welcome Barnet from the National League to The Meadow on Tuesday (7.45pm) and then Aylesbury United this Saturday (3pm).

Marlow suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Kings Langley in their latest pre-season friendly at Oak Tree Road on Saturday.

The match was organised in part to raise funds for the family of Gary Robbins, a father of three and football coach who has been disabled from the waist down after a tragic accident.

The Blues, preparing for another season in the Bostik League South Central, host Berkhampstead on Tuesday (7.45pm) before a trip to Hillingdon Borough this Saturday (3pm).

Chalfont St Peter won 2-0 at Wingate & Finchley on Saturday and afterwards new Saints boss Finlay Johnson tweeted: "No points for a friendly! While results are nice it's performances that matter and the performance of our group was terrific!"

South Central club Chalfont head to Edgware Town on Tuesday (7.45pm) before hosting Harrow Borough at Mill Meadow this Saturday (1pm).

Flackwell Heath were beaten 1-0 against Kidlington in a friendly match at Wilks Park on Saturday and travel to Harefield United on Tuesday (7pm).

Fellow Hellenic Premier Division club Holmer Green drew 1-1 with Thame Rangers in a pre-season game at Watchet Lane on Saturday.

The Greens took the lead in the first half through Martin Lancaster but Ollie White, who Thame borrowed after turning up with just 10 players, equalised after the break.

Holmer host Uxbridge on Tuesday (7.45pm) and then Codicote this Saturday (3pm)