Jan 10 2013 by Mark Lawrence, Harrow Observer
COMBINED COUNTIES PREMIER DIVISION
Camberley Town 3
WEMBLEY suffered a disappointing 3-0 home defeat to Camberley Town at the weekend.
The Lions’ opposition had not won in their previous nine games, so three points were expected by the hosts, despite their touch of ring rust.
It was not to be. A goal in the first half and two in the second were enough to seal a deserved victory for the visitors.
Possession bounced between the two teams in the first period, as neither seized the game, and it was the 41st minute before the match burst into life.
Wembley failed to deal with a free-kick that was delivered into their box and Camberley striker Nick Lyskow took the ball past Lions keeper Bart Fogler before tapping home the first of the afternoon.
Not long into the second half, the visitors went further ahead. Nathan Turner picked up a loose ball, cutting in from the right, and skipped past a couple of tackles to fire past Fogler in the home goal to double the advantage.
Wembley never really offered anything in attack and the game got worse for them when Town finished off the game towards the end. Charlie Oakley, unmarked in the box, had a simple finish to get his name on the scoresheet.
Wembley face Colliers Wood on Saturday, as they look to bounce back from this defeat and deliver revenge for a home loss back in October.