Dylan Kearney scored a late equaliser as Harrow Borough rescued a point away at Farnborough in the Southern League Premier Division South.

Andrew Sealey-Harris put the home side in front after 37 minutes, but Borough hit back through Kearney to snatch a point late on.

Both sides came into the game level on points but it was Farnborough who had the upper hand. George Fenton got his head to the ball to clear a dangerous Bradley Keetch free-kick and CJ Fearn saw an effort crash back off the crossbar from 20-yards.

Harrow’s first effort came from George Moore when he forced Liam Beach to turn his low effort around the post, but shortly after that Farnborough took the lead when a ball into the box was only half cleared and Sealey-Harris fired past the flat-footed Hafed Al-Droubi.

That proved to be the only goal of the first half, but the hosts felt they should’ve had the chance to add a second shortly after the restart when Keetch fell under Fenton’s challenge, but the referee waved away the claims.

The equalising goal for Borough came with nine minutes to go at the end of an excellent move. Thomas Scott sent Excellence Muhemba away down the left and his cross was kept in by Dylan Ive at the far post. The ball found Jordan Ireland, and his effort across goal was turned in by Kearney to ensure a share of the points.

Saturday’s result sees Borough sit 10th in the table, with Farnborough a place behind on goal difference, ahead of their home game this Saturday against Wimborne Town, which kicks off at 3pm.