Rayners Lane endured a miserable Bank Holiday weekend, suffered two demoralising defeats that sees them propping up FTL Futbol Hellenic League Division One East.
On Monday the Lane were hammered 5-1 at local rivals South Kilburn, which followed Saturday's 1-3 home reversal to Penn & Tylers Green.
Once again, they were their own worse enemies on Monday after woeful defensive lapses gifted South Kilburn a two goal lead after just 15 minutes.
Carlos Cambeiro snatched one back for the Lane ten minutes after the break but any thoughts of a comeback were soon banished when Eyangol fired home after being afforded all the time and space in the world to pick his spot.
Jamie Hurst was then dispossessed by the outstanding Yashin, who made it 4-1 before Eyangol completed the rout after Hurst missed a penalty.
On Saturday, the Lane paid the price for missing a glut of first half chances against Penn & Tylers Green. Tim Nye headed wide from Simon Whall's free kick and Cambeiro was thwarted several times by Green's inspired goalkeeper, Harding.
Then disaster struck on the half hour mark when defender Richard Barker inexiplicably placed his back pass 10 yards short of Prichici and Sepede couldn't believe his luck as he pounced on the ball for an easy finish.
The Lane were the more potent force at the start of the second half but Penn doubled their lead after a quick break got the benefit of the referee's decision to overrule his linesman's offside decision.
Parker reduced the arrears with a bullet header and thought he had levelled minutes later only to see his volley saved by Harding.
But more defensive frailties proved to be Rayner's undoing as another Barker error allowed Sepede to take advantage once more in the 70th minute.
The Lane entertain Englefield Green Rovers on Saturday.
TOKYNGTON Manor recorded their first home win of the season with a deserved 2-0 triumph over early South Midlands League Division One pace-setters Stony Stratford Town.
Jason Nicolauo opened the scoring at The Avenue before a glorious second half strike from Andy Watson was just deserts for Manor's second half dominance.
Manor host Hoddesdon Town on Saturday.
KINGSBURY London Tigers continued their good start to the South Mids League Premier campaign with a 1-0 win over Colney Heath last Saturday courtesy of T Ellekhlifi's strike.
They were due to travel to Brimsdown Rovers last night (Wednesday).