MARLOW are now five matches without a win in all competitions after a 1-1 draw against Ashford Town (Middx) in the BetVictor South Central Division on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

The Blues last tasted success in the league win at Waltham Abbey three weeks ago and the draw sees them remain in 12th position in the table, nine points behind the play-off spots.

Ashford Town broke the deadlock inside 13 minutes at Oak Tree Road as Harrison Okwu-Ndubuisi played a through ball and Daniel Brown slotted home well.

Marlow equalised in the first minute of time added on at the end of the first half when Curtis Ujah headed home from a free-kick.

The visitors were unfortunate not to restore their advantage as Kelvin Adjei cut inside but his left-foot shot across goal clipped the crossbar in the second half.

The home team suffered a blow when Jordan Brown was dismissed for a second bookable offence in the 66th minute.

Marlow now turn their attention to the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup and a home tie in the first round against Windsor from the Hellenic League Premier Division on Tuesday night (7.45pm).

Chalfont St Peter ended their three-match winless streak in all competitions following a 2-1 victory against Chertsey Town in the league.

The Saints broke the deadlock at Mill Meadow when the ball was put through to Alex Yearwood in midfield and he took a touch before beating keeper Nick Jupp at his hear post after 25 minutes.

Chertsey equalised five minutes later as great play from Jake Baxter saw him slide the ball to Jonathan Hippolyte, who opened up his body and slot a shot into the opposite corner of the goal.

The home team restored their advantage when a free-kick was delivered to the edge of the box and Dan Williams headed in nine minutes into the second half.

Chertsey were gifted the chance to level the scores with the award of a penalty kick two minutes from the final whistle, but Baxter saw his spot-kick saved.

The win means Chalfont have moved up two places to seventh position in the table and two points behind the play-off spots.

The Saints remain at Mill Meadow for the visit of league rivals Bracknell Town in round one of the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup on Tuesday night (7.45pm).