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CHARLES BANYA

Harrow moved up to 13th in the Bostik Premier table after a fine win in Suffolk.

Harrow had to settle for a point from their fourth game in eight days against struggling Tooting.

A remarkable five goals in 12 second-half minutes, including a six-minute hat-trick from George Moore, saw Harrow tear apart a makeshift Lowestoft team on Thursday night.

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.

Folkestone were superior to Harrow in almost all departments and comfortably won to go top of the Bostik Premier League.

For the fourth time since the turn of the year, Harrow defeated one of the teams around them in the scrap at the foot of the Bostik Premier table.

A second-half brace from Kurtis Cumberbatch and first league clean sheet since the start of December, brought three massive points to Harrow and created a little more breathing space near the foot of the table.

A couple of controversial decisions were contributory factors, but so were yet more defensive howlers as Harrow were brushed aside by Margate.

For the second successive week, Harrow quickly established a two-goal lead only for their opponents to equalise, before Boro won the game with a fine strike from George Moore in the closing minutes.

It remains to be seen just how important Charles Banya’s 81st-minute strike will be come the end of the season, but it felt huge on Saturday.

A new year, but the same old result as a heavy defeat signed off a dreadful festive period for Harrow.

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