Harrow Borough registered an impressive haul of four points from a possible six over the Bank Holiday weekend, winning 4-2 at Hendon to follow up a 2-2 draw at home to Tiverton Town in the Southern League.

Goals from Anthony O’Connor, Frank Keita, Lewis Cole and Harry Rush secured an emphatic victory for Steve Baker’s side, erasing the memory of their 6-0 thrashing at the hands of Hendon in the corresponding fixture last season.

That win followed a 2-2 draw at Earlsmead with Tiverton, although Borough will be kicking themselves for not seeing the game out following a late leveller from their Devon visitors.

It was Tiverton who snatched the lead after 11 minutes when Levi Landricombe beat Hafed Al-Droubi in the Harrow net.

The hosts’ dominance was eventually rewarded on the hour when O’Connor latched on to Cole’s long ball to level proceedings.

Harrow turned the game around with 12 minutes remaining when George Moore struck from Cole’s cut-back, but Nick Hurst snatched a point for Tiverton with virtually the last kick of the game to leave Borough in 10th place in the table.

Meanwhile, Harrow will travel to AFC Hornchurch on Saturday, September 8 in the FA Cup First Qualifying Round.