Yellows beaten at home.
A 3-1 home defeat by Badshot Lea keeps The Yellows at the bottom of the league in a game in which they deserved more with the score line flattering the visitors.
Following their 5-0 away win at Bagshot, 'The Yellows' were hoping to build on that result to springboard their efforts to climb up the Combined Counties Div 1 league table.
Badshot Lea were the visitors and from the kick off they dominated play for the first 25 minutes and being a big strong physical side were always going to provide a threat from set pieces.
And so it proved when on 15 minutes following a free-kick the visitors Jamie Connor headed home from a crowded penalty area to take a 1-0 lead.
The Yellows didn't buckle after that set back and gradually fought their way back into the game and were rewarded when on 35 minutes the referee awarded the home side a penalty which centre forward Charlie Gee converted to equalise.
The weather conditions didn't make it easy for either side but The Yellows had come back into the game and just when it seemed that they might take the lead a first time volley from Badshot's Michael Lacey on 45 minutes scorched into the net from the edge of the penalty area giving keeper Sam Johnson-Freeman no chance. H/T 1-2.
After the interval Bedfont&Feltham kept their momentum going and the visitors were put under increased pressure by 'The Yellows' who went close to equalising on several occasions.
As has been the case on a few occasions this season the home side didn't get the equaliser that they deserved and it was the visitors who added the final goal when home keeper Johnson-Freeman under pressure in a crowded box spilled the ball into his own net against the run of play to give the visitors a 3-1 win.
Badshot Lea were probably one of the best sides that have been seen down at The Orchard this season and look as though they may well come into contention for promotion by the end of the season.
The score did not reflect 'The Yellows' efforts in a game in which they will feel that they had enough play to get at least get a point.
Manager Dan Huxley and his management team now have to concentrate on the next fixture which is an away game at South Park who they shared the points with at The Orchard earlier in the season.