Back to earth for Yellows.
Bedfont and Feltham were beaten by 5th placed Walton and Hersham on Saturday and came away with nothing from Stompond Lane in their bid to escape relegation.
After two successive 4-2 wins The Yellows were hoping to keep the good run going in their away fixture at Walton on Saturday.
Unfortunately because of late withdrawals, manager Aaron Morgan had to make several changes to the side which had beaten Hanwell Town on the previous Tuesday.
The conditions were proving troublesome for both sides with a bumpy pitch and a stiff breeze not conducive to a flowing game.
Walton settled quicker than the re-arranged Yellows side and it was no surprise when the home side went ahead in the 14th minute with Francois Gabbidon heading home from a free kick.1-0.
Following the goal the visitors tried to get back into the game but the conditions did not help their normal passing game and in fact keeper Ashley Davy had to be at his best on several occasions to keep the home side at bay. Half Time 1-0.
After the break the game continued in much the same pattern as the first half with the home side creating more chances and looking the more likely to score. Despite several substitutions being made The Yellows did not seem to be playing as well as their previous outing and did not threaten the home sides keeper Liam Beach at all.
The points were sealed for the home side when following a cross from the right their winger TJ Nkoma took one touch and smashed the ball into the roof of the net from 25 yards. Full time 2-0.
A disappointing performance from The Yellows after their recent exploits, in a game they would have looked at getting at least a point from.
Unfortunately the side is not settled, and with enforced changes every game they are struggling in their fight against relegation.
Next up Staines Reserves at The Orchard on Thursday 23rd February KO 7.45pm followed by the visit of Farnham Town on Saturday 25th February KO 3pm.
A big thank you to Walton and Hersham FC for their hospitality and we wish them well for the rest of the season.
Report Del Smith.