Slough Tn (Short 28, Thomas 74) 2
Banbury Utd (Katsoloudi 59) 1
Banbury United’s poor start to the Premier Division season continued with a third straight defeat on Saturday.
George Short put the hosts ahead, but Banbury levelled when Elias Katsoloudi converted Nkosi Mzungwana’s cross.
However, Darryl Thomas bagged Slough’s winner and just to compound their misery Marvin Martin was sent off on 77 minutes for fouling Johnnie Dyer.
Banbury Utd: Hill, Cray, Mzungwana, Westbrook, Abrahams, Ryan, Evangelinos (Edekunle 57), Martin, Simpson, Katsoloudi (Walcott 63), Vincent-Young (Morombedzi 71). Subs not used: Masri, Oke.
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