Wembley lost ground on the main pack in the MCCL Division Two after a comprehensive defeat at the hands of promotion chasing North London.
Having won the toss Wembley elected to bat but struggled to get going as they declared after 56 overs with a meagre 167-8.
Their slow run rate proved to be surpassed by the home side as North London reached their target, losing just one wicket in the process.
In less than 31 overs North London's Chris Ridley got the side started with a quick fire 81 while Mark Askew ended the game with an unbeaten 73.
The defeat leaves Wembley just nine points off the drop with a tough derby clash at Harrow on Saturday.
The seconds stay rooted to the bottom of their division despite a closely fought battle with Harrow Town.
Again they won the toss and batted and seemed to have put together a tough target as they declared on 273-6 off 50 overs, with R Sialvi (62) and Y Yadav (60) with the bulk of the runs.
But Harrow Town's Paul Manley proved to be the thorn in the side of Wembley as he hit an unbeaten 138, as the visitors edged home reaching 275-8 off 49.1 overs.
Wembley's thirds made sure one of their sides took points on Saturday as they beat Hornsey at home to keep their promotion hopes alive.
Hornsey were put in after losing the toss and Wembley's Neil Campbell helped to restrict the visitors to 183 with impressive bowling figures of 5-64.Akash Mohonlal (70) and Chris Brinley (53) helped put the game to bed as they took Wembley to the target with five wickets to spare.
The win keeps them in second place just one point behind league leaders Twickenham.