Wembley shrugged off the defeats suffered in their two previous Middlesex County League games with a win over bottom of the table Barnes at Vale Farm on Saturday (07), which got their season back on track.
After slipper Alex Greig won the toss and elected to bat first, openers Adrian Green (55) and Sneh Shah (32) gave the home side a good start.
When they were parted, Sandesh Chavan kept the momentum going with a fine 51, and good contributions from Prinay Patel, Muddassa Zaman and Greig (28) enabled Wembley to declare with 204 for seven from 53 overs.
When Barnes began their reply, the in form Raj Amunugama (4-45) soon gotamong the wickets.
Although the visitors did manage to keep the scoreboard ticking over, the wickets continued to fall with regularity, with Greig (3-50) and Chavan (2-33) both doing their bit towards the cause, and Wembley eventually dismissed their rivals for 178 with four overs remaining for a 26-runs victory.
The win reignited the Vale Farm club's hopes of a swift return to the Premier Division as it lifted them up into a promotion challenging fourth place.
Their aspirations will receive a huge boost this Saturday if they can maintain their winning form at home to third placed North Middlesex.