Harrow Borough’s double-header against Metropolitan Police resulted in one win and one loss as their 4-3 victory on Saturday was overshadowed by a 1-0 defeat on Tuesday night.

Dylan Kearney completed his hat-trick with the late winner at the weekend, which saw Boro go three points ahead of The Met in the league table, but they were pegged back three days later thanks to Max Blackmore’s second-half goal.

The hosts were ahead inside 10 minutes when Kearney tapped into an empty net from Luke Williams’ mistake but the Police turned it around with two quick goals from Jack Mazzone and Jonathan Hippolyte.

Oliver Robinson was then dismissed for the visitors, picking up his second yellow, and Kearney initially made them pay by equalising before Mazzone restore Police’s lead, finishing past Hasem Al-Droubi.

Anthony O’Connor levelled the game once more with a towering header before Kearney won it in the fourth minute of stoppage time, finishing at the second attempt to spark wild celebrations.

There were to be no such scenes on Tuesday, though, as the Met were much the better side in the reverse fixture.

It took until the 70th minute for the deadlock to be broken, but it deservedly came after Harrow lost the ball in midfield and Ollie Knight teed up Blackmore to see the Met move up to fifth in the table.