Slough looked a different side to recent performances and took the game to their opponents with a renewed vigour not seen so far this season and could have been in front if Leigh Mason and Terry Davies had converted the opportunities presented to them.
Mason fired wide from the right side of the area, whilst Davies had been played in down the left and faced with just Ronnie Worster, his low drive found the keepers legs as the ball was saved for a corner.
Nathan Elder went close with a headed effort at the other end as his effort went wide and the visiting side again went close with a shot from close range which was wide of Kieron Drake's left hand post as the visitors finished the first half strongly.
Slough got off to the perfect start to the second half when Steve Daly planted home a corner with a firm header from Terry Davies' corner.
Ricay responded well and saw an effort come back off the bar as Edler cut the ball back to Hollard. The striker slid in under pressure from Marc Leach and whilst the ball beat Drake, it wasn't low enough to avoid the bar and Slough were able to clear.
Drake again saved well before Slough sealed the win with five minutes left. Adam Wallace challenged Worster for the ball on the right hand edge of the area and won it from the keeper. Wallace then crossed into the box to find the head of Errol Telemaque, whose effort found the net with Worster struggling to recover his position.
Billericay continued to press forward, but Slough defended Drake's goal well. The end of the game saw red cards shown as Telemaque's challenge on Jamie Dormer was not well received by the visiting captain and a scuffle broke out resulting in Dormer and Telemaque being sent from the field.
Billericay Town Line up
Ronnie Worster, Dave McSweeney, Danny Kerrigan*, Darren Blewitt, Rob Swain, Jamie Dormer (c), Chris Whelpdale, Matt Game, Nathan Elder, Billy Hollard, Lee Hodges.