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Harrow found the perfect riposte to the perceived injustices of a week ago as, despite missing the three players suspended after the game at Taunton, they scored three goals without reply in a storming second half to rise back up to sixth place in the Evo-Stik South Premier South table.

The book of Harrow Borough FA Trophy disasters is already a long one, but it had another significant chapter added to it on a bitingly cold and wet afternoon in Bedfordshire.

Harrow brought out their best away form on a beautiful Autumn afternoon at The Rogers Family Stadium to claim a home win.

Harrow collected three points on their travels with this emphatic win in Somerset after superb strikes from wing-backs George Moore and Ryan Haugh and a stand-out display from goalkeeper Hafed Al-Droubi.

For the fourth time running, there was a late goal at The Rogers Family Stadium, and for the second time of the four it was to Harrow’s advantage.

From being in total control of the game on their first ever visit to Wimborne, Harrow threw away three points with a second half display in which their defence was cut to ribbons and two men were sent off.

Melvin Minter and George Moore scooped two awards apiece at Harrow Borough’s end of season presentation evening.

It had been 19 league games since Harrow had last had a draw, but that sequence ended in an entertaining game on a bright Spring afternoon on the Essex coast, with the nominal right-back of each side on-target.

Harrow produced a five-goal second-half display to romp to victory on Easter Monday.

After perhaps the best all-round team performance since the turn of the year, Harrow returned from Moatside with three points thanks to a superb 73rd-minute Kurtis Cumberbatch strike.

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