Bumper crowds watch on as Binfield and Reading City make it two in a row

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Two big crowds were reported on Monday night as Binfield hosted Windsor at Hill Farm Lane and Reading City welcomed Burnham to The Rivermoor.

271 spectators watched on as Binfield opened their home account with a 2-0 win over now manager-less Windsor.

Danny Horscroft struck first after 24 minutes and new boy Asa Povey got his second in two games on the 64th minute.

Windsor featured former Moles goalkeeper Sonny Wheeler between the sticks but weren’t able to find a way through with Binfield able to give a late debut to new signing Jamie McClurg.

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Reading City already appear to have put last seasons relegation battle behind them with captain Josh Blackwood scoring the only goal of the game as City beat newly promoted Burnham 1-0 in a game watched by 172.

See all the team news ahead of Tuesday nights fixtures here and find out who Moles midfielder Jemel Johnson was playing for on Saturday here.

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