EMLEY slipped to fifth in the Northern Counties East League Division I after a 2-1 reversal at Bottesford Town.
Skipper Andy Farrell and midfielder Marc Townsend were both missing from the starting line-up, but Emley made a positive start with Steve Kenworthy watching an early shot go narrowly wide before testing the keeper after being found at the back post by Gavin Armitage.
However, on eight minutes, Bottesford burst through the middle of Emley’s defence and keeper Jamie Green could not prevent Turay’s shot from finding the net.
Within three minutes Emley’s rearguard had been breached again and they were relieved to see a shot on goal rebound off the crossbar.
The contest became littered with fouls and it was not until just before the interval that Emley carved out another clear cut chance, but Kenworthy volleyed wide from an Armitage cross.
Emley looked brighter in the second half, Paul Quinn having a header well saved and Lee Hill twice going close, and on 73 minutes Ian Banks’ side managed to draw level when Tom Burgin’s ball from halfway freed Kenworthy and he finished smartly.
However, the point slipped from their grasp five minutes from time when Turay bagged his second with a volley past Green.
Emley’s next game is at home to Leeds Carnegie on Saturday (3pm).