The Tudors had a disappointing night under the spotlights as they lost 2-0 away at Slough Town.
Hemel went into the game sitting fourth in the league and unbeaten in their last three and started the game off strong with an early penalty appeal from The Tudors getting waved away.
The keeper pulled off a great save to prevent The Tudors from going 0- 1 in the first ten minutes of the game after Galliford’s strike in the box was matched by the Slough’s keeper, Turner.
Unfortunately for the visitors, their good start to the game was cancelled out by Slough as they scored the opener on the quarter mark. Warren Harris with the goal.
Hemel keeper Boness showed his worth after denying Slough their second but constant pressure from the home side eventually paid off just before half time as Matt Worsfold’s curling effort found the top corner.
Hemel struggled to get into the game after Slough’s first goal which was a similar pattern of the second half.
On the 74th minute, Wall nearly pulled one back but his header went just wide of the post.
Hemel will be looking to improve on their last two league results and get back into winning form when they play Chelmsford City at home on Saturday, September 7. Kick off, 3pm.