After the narrow defeat to Milton Keynes it was important to get the train back on track.
This was achieved with a hard fought win where the midfield and defence looked solid but could not find space to capitalise on the majority possession. In the first half the ball did not find the space on the wings and although the midfield of Ferguson, Madar, Irvine and Belton had the majority of control the ball rarely broke into the channels to turn the defence.
A goal finally cam after the ball broke to the left and was pushed home by Tyler Chamberlain.
In the second half the game looked to be decided when the pace of Byles found space and he calmly slotted the ball home.
However Slough then threw everything into attack and began to assert them selves on the game. A goal was conceded and at 2-1 there was a nervy 10 minutes where Slough continued to look dangerous, However skipper Monroe always looked assured and was supported by Hardman, Vine and Murray to see the game out for a deserved win.