St Albans City make it four in four losses as they lose one nil at home to Bath City after a poor first half performance.
An early goal for the visitors was all that was needed to take all three points thanks to some good saves and the woodwork.
After a poor opening 15 minutes from both sides, Bath’s key players started to grab the game by the scruff of the neck which paid off on the 26th minute.
Good play down the right-hand side saw the ball crossed into the box for Tom Smith who finished well with a first time shot. 0-1.
Smith looked eager to grab his sides second of the half as no Saints player could get close to him.
The Saints needed to change their approach in the second half and immediately started to use their wingers to get behind Bath’s defence.
A great save on the 63rd minute by Snedker kept the game one nil, who then got back up to turn away a second effort with his feet.
A couple of good chances fell to St Albans on the 73rd and 76th minute as a great save and then a header flicked on to the bar kept Bath ahead.
Another two cracking saves by the Bath keeper in additional time saw the game finish 0-1 and St Albans lose their fourth game on the trot.
The Saints next play away to Hemel Hempstead Town on October 22.