Harrow Borough enjoyed a triumphant afternoon on their travels as they scored four on the road for the third time this season in a 4-0 victory at Chesham United.

Saturday's victory leaves Steve Baker’s side 13th in the Southern League Premier Division South, but they are within four points of the play-offs in what is a congested table.

Having hit four in wins at Hendon and Kings Langley in August, Borough had to survive an early scare when it took a superb save from Hafed Al-Droubi to deny the much-travelled Jefferson Louis an early opener.

Chesham continued to edge the exchanges but fell behind in the 13th minute when a George Moore cross was tapped home by Dylan Kearney at the fat post.

The scorer was making his first league start for Harrow and his day was to get even better in the 41st minute when he again converted at the far post, this time from a Michael Bryan cross.

Borough had to wait until the 84th minute to put the result beyond doubt when Chesham keeper Alex Tokarczyk could only push a Ryan Moss shot across goal and substitute Anthony O’Connor stabbed home with his first touch.

Number four arrived in the second minute of injury time when Lewis Cole fired across Tokarczyk after Frank Keita headed the ball through to his teammate to seal a win which saw Chesham manager Jon Meakes resign two days later.