WRAYSBURY saw their seven-match winning streak in all competitions come to an end after a 3-0 defeat against KS Gryff in Division One on Saturday.

The game at the Memorial Ground started in the worse possible fashion for the Stags as a Gryff forward ran through the stationary back line and onto a pass before slotting underneath keeper Chris Randall.

It did not get better for the home side as a free-kick on the edge of the box was struck powerfully across goal and into the bottom corner in the 29th minute.

Wraysbury then had appeals for a penalty turned down when Garret Pikulak appeared to be caught inside the box, but the referee was unmoved.

It went from bad to worse at the other end for the Stags as a free-kick delivered into their box was blocked by the unfortunate arm of Alex Harvey.

The referee decided it was an intentional handball and the resulting penalty kick was dispatched, sending Randall the wrong way before half-time.

The hosts had a second appeal for a penalty turned down after the break as Pikulak beat the Gryff keeper to a high bouncing ball before being fouled, although not in the eyes of the match referee.

Wraysbury did went a spot-kick when Pikulak raced onto a through ball from Ollie Pitt and turned inside before being fouled, however the effort by Pitt was well saved to the right of the keeper.

Wraysbury coach Ross Clark said: "This was a really uncharacteristic display from us. We didn't seem to get into the game until it was too late, but credit to Gryff for their performance.

"We have to go away from this and lean a big lesson fast."

Wraysbury remain top of the league table despite the defeat but now just four points ahead of the chasing pack, who all have at least one game in hand on the leaders.

The Stages welcome second-from-bottom Hounslow Wanderers to the Memorial Ground this Saturday (2pm).