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Published on May 7, 2012
Slough Town concluded their league campaign on a high with a victory over Woodford in a meaningless game for both sides.
With the play off games already contested and neither side able to move anywhere in the league table regardless of the result of the game, a good natured, but well contested game was displayed for those hardy few in attendance.
On a very heavy pitch, the first half offered little in the way of chances despite both sides working the ball well despite the mud in the middle of the pitch.
Slough got a breakthrough at the start of the second half as Herron slammed home at the near post before Murphy doubled the lead six minutes later firing under the keeper.
Woodford pulled back a late consolation through Stewart, but could not draw level as debutant Rebels keeper Hawtree looked comfortable in an assured performance from the young deputy.