Kings Langley’s late rally wasn’t enough to stop Swindon Supermarine coming away with three points.
The Supermarines thought they had got off to the perfect start, with a scrappy goal in the seventh minute but the strike was ruled out for offside.
But Langley were caught out again when a Jamie Edge free kick connected with the head of Matthew Williams and the ball ended up in the back of the net.
Langley made good head way in the later stages of the first half and Rene Howe was unlucky not to put the home side back on level terms when his header from a corner went just wide.
The Supermarines quickly followed up with a corner which hit the post.
In the second half Langley struggled to contain the Supermarines aerial threat.
Matthew Liddiard doubled the visitors’ advantage as Swindon Supermarine stamped their authority on the game.
The game looked finished for The Lango. But Jacob Cooke gave the home side some hope when he finished from a Rene Howe pass.
Despite the defeat, The Lango still sit fifth in the Southern League South Division with four games to go.
Kings Langley will face Taunton Town at The Viridor Stadium at 3pm on Saturday, April 13.
Photo courtesy of Swindon Supermarine/@SupermarineFC