The Non-League Football Paper - - BOSTIK LEAGUE - By Jamie Perry

REIS STANISLAUS scored twice in the three first-half min­utes to give Harrow vic­tory over 10-man Kingsto­nian at Earlsmead.

The first half started as an ex­cit­ing end to end af­fair with both team com­ing close to grab­bing the open­ing goal.

How­ever, Harrow led on 33 min­utes. Charles Banya latched onto a ter­ri­ble lofted back pass from Toby Lit­tle and was brought down by Sam Page when through on goal.

Page saw red and Stanislaus calmly slot­ted home the re­sul­tant penalty.

The lead was then dou­bled two min­utes later when Shaun Pred­die played a one-two with Michael Bryan be­fore hit­ting a low ball into Stanislaus, whose ini­tial ef­fort was saved by Ks keeper Rob Tol­frey be­fore he swiv­elled to slide home the re­bound.

The best chance of the sec­ond half fell to ten-man Ks, Kane Haysman’s free header hit­ting the post from six yards.

The game then de­vel­oped into a feisty af­fair with nu­mer­ous chal­lenges fly­ing in re­sult­ing in play­ers from both sides re­ceiv­ing book­ingS.

How­ever, Harrow hung on to move up to fifth.

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