A second-half collapse saw us suffer our first home defeat of the season at the hands of Woking.
Ruben Rodrigues had given us a first-half lead with an excellent finish, but four sloppy goals after the break consigned us to back-to-back losses.
We had created a number of good opportunities to double our lead before the interval and had a good spell early in the second half, too.
But we failed to take any of our opportunities, leaving Inih Effiong, Tahvon Campbell and Moussa Diarra to punish us.
We came close to pulling a goal back with Matt Palmer seeing a piledriver brilliantly saved, Frank Vincent scuffing a volley in the area and Dion Kelly-Evans heading a corner over.
But we were hit on the break by Campbell in the dying moments to add an even more frustrating gloss to the scoreline.
STARTING XI: Patterson; Chicksen, Lacey, Brennan, Brindley; O'Brien (Vincent 84'), Palmer, Rodrigues, Mitchell, Nemane (Knight 76' (Kelly-Evans 90')), Wootton
SUBS: Taylor, Francis