The Non-League Football Paper - - RYMAN PREMIER - By An­drew Wil­son

SEC­OND-HALF goals from Stan­ley Muguo and sub­sti­tute Khale da Costa earned Har­low Town a come-frombe­hind vic­tory against Jimmy Bullard’s Leather­head.

The Hawks got off to a bright start but the Tan­ners struck first, against the run of play, in the sixth minute when a swift counter at­tack was fin­ished off coolly by full-back Adam Cash.

Har­low, though, con­tin­ued to press but had to wait un­til the hour mark to notch their equaliser – Muguo turn­ing in the box and ri­fling home.

And they wrapped up a de­served vic­tory 11 min­utes from time with a fine in­di­vid­ual goal from Da Costa, steal­ing pos­ses­sion, burst­ing into the box and beat­ing Louis Wells in the Leather­head goal.

Vic­tory keeps the Hawks 11th in the ta­ble but, cru­cially, just three points off a play-off place in a con­gested top half.

As for Tan­ners boss Bullard, he will also be hop­ing for a late play-off push – es­pe­cially with a new sign­ing on tow.

Bullard brought in for­mer Barns­ley for­ward Nana Emeka Boakye-Yi­adom to the ranks ahead of to­mor­row’s visit of Mer­stham, al­though Jim Fen­lon has left the club, ex­pected to sign for Wal­ton Ca­su­als.

STAR MAN: Khale da Costa (Har­low Town) EN­TER­TAIN­MENT: ★★★★★

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