Bromley 2-1 Hayes & Yeading
Hayes & Yeading provided no shocks when they travelled to Skrill South table-toppers Bromley on Saturday.
Dean Inman looked to have grabbed a share of the spoils with a late header to cancel out Rob Swaine’s opener for the hosts.
But United were only back on level terms for a matter of seconds as substitute Nic McDonnell popped up with a winner for to make it four straight defeats for Phil Babb’s side.
The United manager made one change to the side that started last week’s abandoned game at Dorchester, with new signing Ryan Blake coming in for Derek Tieku in attack.
Bromley, the runaway league leaders, broke the deadlock on 26 minutes.
Brendan Kiernan’s corner eluded Danny Wishart at the near post and Swaine was first to react to knock home from close range.
Kiernan almost got on the scoresheet himself just before the interval but was denied by Hayes & Yeading keeper Jamie Young.
It looked as though it would be a routine three points for Bromley until Inman got on the end of a Luke Williams corner to put United back in business.
However, a minute later and it was all over. Albert Jarrett broke free on the right flank and delivered an inviting ball to McDonnell, who applied the simplest of finishes.
Wishart was unlucky not to claim a second equaliser for the visitors in the dying moments but his effort was tipped over and with it went any chance of a point for Babb’s troops.