Harrow want to continue fine form against Dorchester

PUBLISHED: 10:00 18 October 2018

Harrow manager Steve Baker (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo)

Harrow manager Steve Baker (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo)

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Boro beat Frome Town 3-1 away from home last Saturday

Harrow Borough will want Saturday’s clash with Dorchester Town in the Evo-Stik South Premier South to yield their first home win of the season.

With the term now over two months old, Boro are still without a triumph at the Rogers Family Stadium in the league this season.

On the road, however, Steve Baker’s men have fared far better and have four wins from five away league games this term.

That fine record on the road for Harrow includes 3-1 victory away to Frome Town last Saturday.

The two sides played out a goalless first half at Badgers Hill, before Boro found their feet after the interval.

Baker’s boys took the lead in the 51st minute when Ryan Haugh found the target in Somerset.

The Rogers Family Stadium club doubled their advantage four minutes later, with George Moore the scorer.

The prolific Moore got himself on the score sheet again in the 61st minute to cap a spell of real dominance for Harrow.

Frome were able to pull one back eight minutes later, but Boro did well to see the game out without conceding any further goals.

There was further good news in the week for Baker’s boys as the club announced Bugler Group as their new main sponsors in a two-year deal.

As part of the link-up, the Rogers Family Stadium club will wear Bugler Group’s logo on the front of their shirts.

Bugler Group is an award-winning, family-owned residential property developer, operating throughout London and the south east, with almost 35 years’ experience.

“We are delighted that Bugler Group can see the potential of Harrow Borough Football Club and have agreed to come on board with us,” said Harrow chairperson Peter Rogers.

“They are a major player in the London Borough of Harrow and we look forward to working together on this exciting venture over the next couple of years”.

That will have given Boro reason to celebrate, and they will hope Saturday’s home league game against Dorchester also provides a result to cheer.

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