A RECORD low of just 11 paying customers saw London Tigers beaten 4-2 at home on Tuesday night by Broxbourne Borough.
The Spartan League side had two fewer in attendance than the previous unenviable mark from two weeks ago - and just as bad - they could not capitalise on Saturday's fine 3-1 away win at Harefield.
Paulius Olisauskas was on the mark to net his third in 72 hours, and Kyle Hendrix got his second in Tiger orange - but the reverse left the Maida Vale side marooned in mid-table.
At Harefield, Renars Zarchenko smashed home a low free kick on 20 minutes to set out Tigers' stall.
And Edson Cata's perfect cross early in the second half picked out Olisauskas with time and room to make it 2-0. The home side pulled one goal back, but Tigers had the better of the remaining opportunities.
Cata had a shot deflected on to the bar, and substitute Ivan Forbes then had his penalty saved.
But with Harefield committed to all out attack, a long clearance from keeper Axinte Valentin picked out Olisauskas, and he charged through to secure the points.