HARROW BOROUGH 1 WORTHING 0
HARROW produced a workmanlike performance to claim all three points against disciplined opponents.
Despite a good start from Worthing it was Harrow who took the lead, against the run of play, in the ninth minute. This was achieved when No 9 Ryan Moss poked home what looked like a shot heading wide, from two yards out.
From there the rest of the first half became an open affair with Worthing coming close to equalising near the half-hour mark when Harrow’s Adam Pepera cleared Worthing striker Zack Newton off the line and then ten minutes later Harrow could have had a second when Kurtis Cumberbatch stole the ball off Worthing keeper Lucas Cavagnari before going down, but the referee signalled for no penalty.
Just like the first, Worthing came out the better side in the second half and pushed for an equaliser throughout, but despite constant pressure they lacked clear cut chances.
However, they thought they had an equaliser with 20 minutes left when Jesse Starkey headed the ball in but the referee judged that the ball had gone out beforehand.