Reds come unstuck at Eversley
The Reds travelled to Eversley missing some key men, and were made to pay.
Redhill had to travel to North Hampshire on Saturday missing Jindrich Vokaty, Chris Ransome and Tony Halsey.
The three had been instrumental in the Reds win at Worcester Park on Bank Holiday Monday, with Ransome and Halsey netting and Vokaty in fine form between the sticks.
Gavin Gordon was only able to select two substitutes for the game, against a strong Eversley & California side.
Redhill started much the brighter and Sam Marks hit the underside of the bar with a brilliant header, only to see it bounce the wrong side of the line and be cleared. Later in the half against the run of play Eversley struck, and it was an uphill battle after that for the Reds with some of their big players missing.
Two quick fire goals in the space of a couple of minutes in the second half, put the game to bed for the home side.
The Lobsters did find a consolation in the last seconds with a Marlon Pinder strike but it wasn't enough to rescue Redhill from a third league defeat of the season.
Gavin will be hoping to have some of his squad back in the coming weeks, as the season has been a bit stop start due to injuries.
Next up for the Reds is a Challenge Cup game against Bedfont & Feltham, (Wednesday) a home tie which will be played at Bedfont.
Then on Saturday they again play a home tie, away at Deal Town in the FA Vase.