Dan’s plan works on Har­low


The Non-League Football Paper - - BOSTIK LEAGUE PREMIER - By Ian Barham

DANIEL Cun­ning­ham’s stop­page-time win­ner eased the pres­sure on Corinthi­anCa­su­als, as they leap-frogged their hosts and jumped out of the rel­e­ga­tion zone.

Har­low went ahead three min­utes af­ter half-time, but Ca­su­als lev­elled 15 min­utes later be­fore Cun­ning­ham’s de­ci­sive strike.

The vis­i­tors were waste­ful in the first half where they cre­ated a num­ber of chances. Jor­dan Clarke and Cun­ning­ham should both have been on the score sheet, but they failed to take ad­van­tage of good po­si­tions with poor at­tempts that Hawks stop­per Josh Bexon eas­ily saved.

It looked as though Ca­su­als would be pun­ished when Ja­son Raad fin­ished off a good pass­ing Har­low Town move with a well-taken goal, in their first on-tar­get ef­fort of the game.

It was all square when the hosts con­ceded a need­less foul on the edge of the area. Coskum Ekim su­perbly curled the cen­trally-placed free-kick in­side the post.

The two sides then can­celled each other out for long pe­ri­ods.

But the come­back was com­pleted in the sec­ond minute of added time, when Ca­su­als counter-at­tacked and Cun­ning­ham fin­ished off the move to earn his side a vi­tal three points.

STAR MAN: Jack Strange (Corinthian Ca­su­als) EN­TER­TAIN­MENT: ★★★★★

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