Harrow Borough have lost successive league games for the first time this season after a 4-1 loss away at Beaconsfield Town.

In arguably their worst performance of the campaign, Borough offered no threat up front and their game was full of poor decisions and wayward passing.

They actually started quite brightly and almost took the lead through Mitchal Gough’s powerful header, which was cleared off the line, and Michael Bryan’s free-kick, which he curled over.

It only took 14 minutes for the hosts to capitalise on these missed opportunities, however, as Harrow failed to clear three times and Charlie Losasso squared for Marvin Morgan to tap in.

Borough looked to have got themselves back in it when Lewis Cole’s cross forced a Luke Neville own goal, but Beaconsfield regained the lead when Bajram Pashaj turned in Morgan’s cross.

The hosts extended their lead further after the break when Yorke met Losasso’s powerful free-kick, and it was another header that put the game beyond doubt, this time Morgan heading in from Losasso’s corner.

Borough halted their losing run on Tuesday night, however, as they advanced to the semi-finals of the Middlesex Senior Cup with a 2-0 win over Staines Town.

A goal in each half, a George Moore free-kick and Anthony O’Connor’s finish, eased them through and they will face either Barnet, Hayes & Yeading United or Brentford ‘B’ in the last four.