Harrow Borough were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Taunton Town in the Southern League Premier Division.

Ben Adelsbury turned home Nick Grimes’ cross to give the visitors the lead but George Moore fired home a free-kick to equalise before Grimes saw red late on.

Steve Baker changed his line-up for the first time this season as George Fenton, Ryan Moss and Lewis Cole came in for Josh Andrew, Frank Keita and Kensley Maloney.

The two sides traded blows in the opening exchanges but it was the visitors that broke the deadlock just before half-time when a clever move developed down the left side for Taunton and a deep cross to the far post was converted by Adelsbury.

Harrow didn’t let this get them down though, and stayed in the game until the end of the half before striking back within two minutes of the restart.

A good move down the left from Anthony O’Connor and Lewis Cole eventually saw the ball played inside to Moore, and his low effort beat Lloyd Irish in the Taunton goal.

There was almost an immediate response from the visitors, but Hafed Al-Droubi did well to punch away Shane White’s free-kick and then Ollie Chamberlain curled just wide.

Once again, though, Harrow came back into the game and would have taken the lead but for a superb stop from Irish, who reacted well to claw out O’Connor’s effort.

In the end, however, there was little to separate the two sides and the points were shared.

Harrow’s next game comes this Saturday when they take on Binfield in the FA Cup first qualifying round.