Harrow Borough ended their away campaign on a high with an impressive 4-0 victory at Dorking Wanderers on Tuesday night to enjoy a rare move into the top half of the table.

The win built on Saturday’s 1-0 triumph at Needham Market and extended Borough’s strong end to the season to one defeat in eight games heading into Saturday’s last fixture at home to relegation-threatened Burgess Hill Town.

After settling into the game, Steve Baker’s side soon began to take charge and went in front in the 16th minute when following a corner, Michael Bryan cut the ball back to Adam Richards to find the bottom corner.

That was the catalyst for half-of-an-hour of football unsurpassed this season as Harrow took complete control.

Borough doubled their lead in the 22nd minute when a corner was half cleared to George Moore on the right edge of the penalty area and he came inside a couple of yards before firing past goalkeeper Slavomir Huk.

The onslaught continued and the third goal was to arrive in first-half stoppage-time when Huk was penalised for picking up a back pass, Bryan tapped the free-kick back to Moore and he did the rest from around 14 yards.

What proved to be the final goal was scored after 53 minutes when after Moore had seen his shot blocked, Anthony O’Connor picked up the ball and guided it over the advancing keeper.