Frank Keita struck late to hand Harrow Borough all three points in a narrow 1-0 win away at Gosport Borough.

Keita’s goal in the third minute of injury time served as payback for the late goal Gosport inflicted upon Harrow earlier in the season while also strengthening Borough’s grip on seventh place.

The hosts initially made better use of the excellent conditions at Privett Park, with Ryan Pennery feeding Tony Lee to fire across goal, and Hafed Al-Droubi was alert on two occasions to keep Pennery out.

Harrow’s first threat came on 25 minutes when George Moore cut onto his right foot and fired towards goal from 25-yeards, but Patrick O’Flaherty flung himself across goal to tip the effort over.

The visitors’ best opportunity of the half came when Lewis Cole regained possession and lifted the ball to the back post, but Mark Bitmead failed to get a good connection on it.

Harrow have started the second half of games slowly recently, but that was not the case this time around as Moore’s shot was blocked by Mathew Casey before Michael Bryan fired over.

Despite this, it wasn’t until the 93rd minute that Harrow found their winner when Josh Andrew drove towards the penalty area and disguised a pass into Keita, who calmly finished beyond O’Flaherty to steal the points.

Borough return to the Rodgers Family Stadium this Saturday when they welcome Chesham United.