FOLLOWING three months of postponements, Feltham finally played their first home since November on Saturday - but ended up wishing they hadn't.
After a goal-less first-half, they were beaten 5-2 by Combined Counties One promotion-hopefuls Staines Lammas, but not before a Ryan Curtis brace gave them hope.
But any hopes are a further comeback were dashed when Mekel Hackett was sent off.
It was the second week running ill discipline cost Feltham,
following Eddie Mee and Jon Jo Bates's red cards in last week's 3-1 defeat at Warlingham.
However, good news followed this week when the club announced they have struck a deal to carry on playing at neighbours Bedfont FC next season while renovation works continue at Feltham Arena.
Feltham travel to Farleigh Rovers on Saturday. * ALSO in Division One, Benny Reed's 21st-minute winner gave Hanworth Villa a 1-0 victory over Farnham
Town in their first league game in almost a month.
The win puts them third, and a single point, behind second-placed Staines Lammas, but with a game in hand.
Villa will be a single point behind leaders Mole Valley too if they win the two games in hand they have over them.
But CB Hounslow United went down 1-0 at home to Farleigh Rovers.
Villa host Sheerwater on Saturday, while CB travel to Dorking.