SWINDON Supermarine suffered their second defeat in four days on Tuesday night after going down 3-1 away at Hayes & Yeading United.

In front of a crowd of 188 at the SKYex Community Stadium, Marine once again considered themselves unlucky to be on the losing side after Ryan Campbell's leveller midway through the second half.

The first half was a close affair with a solitary goal from Denzell Williams splitting the two teams at the break.

Williams lost his marker from a corner to give the hosts the lead.

But Marine came out of the traps in the second half and started to dominate proceedings.

Zak Kotwica appeared to be brought down by home 'keeper Jack Smith for a penalty on the hour, but it was waved away by the referee.

The pressure eventually told after a fine one-two between Kotwica and Campbell saw the latter sweep the ball home for a deserved leveller.

However, following their equaliser, a brave block by Marine skipper Matt Liddiard saw him have to hobble off.

With their first attack of the half, Hayes took full advantage as substitute Jack Cunningham headed down past the reach of Marine stopper Martin Horsell.

As the visitors pushed for another equaliser, they were caught by a long ball when Francis Amartey lobbed Horsell from 35 yards as he rushed out of his goal in an attempt to deny the chance.

Jamie Edge was denied late on by another fine save, but it was not to be for Lee Spalding's side.

Next up for Marine is an FA Cup second qualifying round tie away at Weston-Super-Mare on Saturday.