MARLOW won their Isthmian League South Central Division clash 3-1 at Chalfont St Peter on Saturday, writes Richard Ashton.

First-half goals from Ash Artwell and Nnamdi Nwachuku put the visitors 2-0 up at the break, and a 70th-minute strike from Curtis Ujah put the game to bed before Michael Dada scored an injury-timer consolation.

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Chalfont had enjoyed a more productive afternoon when they beat Northwood 2-0 on Boxing Day, Owen James and Dan Williams with the goals.

Marlow are at home to FC Romania tomorrow (Saturday, 3pm), while Chalfont St Peter travel to Chipstead before hosting Tooting & Mitcham United next Tuesday (7.45pm).

David Pearce and Eoin Casey were on target for Chesham United as they beat Hendon 2-1 in the Southern League Premier Division on Tuesday.

A late Liam Brooks penalty proved too little, too late for the away side.

Chesham had previously thumped Walton Casuals 6-1 on Boxing Day.

Bradley Clayton and Karl Oliyide both bagged braces, with the other goals coming from Dernell Wynter and an own goal.

Chesham visit Salisbury tomorrow.

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Basement side Beaconsfield return to action at home to Dorchester Town tomorrow. They then travel to Hayes & Yeading on Tuesday.

Lewis Workman bagged a brace and Adam Riley also hit the back of the net, but Holmer Green went down 6-3 at home to Binfield in their Hellenic League Premier Division encounter on Saturday.

Josh Helmore scored a sensational hat-trick for the Moles, with their other goals coming from Elliott Legg with a brace and Jack Thompson-Wheeler.

Basement side Holmer Green visit Virginia Water tomorrow.

Burnham's Boxing Day trip to Flackwell Heath was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. The Blues are at home to Brackley Town Saints tomorrow, while Flackwell visit Reading City.

A Brian Haule double guided Division One East table-toppers Risborough Rangers to a hard-fought 2-1 victory at Kidlington Development on Saturday. Stefan Nielsen was the hosts' goalscorer.

Risborough are at home to Long Crendon tomorrow.

Marlow United suffered a disappointing 3-1 defeat at home to struggling Woodley United.

The visitors – who included Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth in their starting line-up – took an early lead when Max Laschok fired home, and they moved 2-0 in front when Ben Anderson found the back of the net.

Liam Bushay halved the deficit on the stroke of half-time, but Lamin Ceesay netted six minutes into the second period to secure the points for Woodley.

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Penn & Tylers Green had their home game with Long Crendon postponed on Saturday, and they will hope to return to action when Wallingford Town visit Holloways Park tomorrow.

In Division Two North, Chinnor's game at Southam United was postponed on Saturday.

They are due to host the same opponents tomorrow.