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

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.

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