Harrow Borough continue to tumble down the Southern League Premier Division South table and now find themselves in the bottom seven after a 2-1 away at Yate Town.

Dylan Kearney gave Harrow the lead after 26 minutes, but Bradley Webb’s penalty levelled proceedings just before half time and Mike Bryant notched the winner for Yate midway through the second half.

Michael Bryan made his return from injury to provide a welcome boost for Borough, while Adam Pepera also returned following his suspension.

Harrow began the game on the front foot and Kearney was only denied the opener by an excellent last-ditch tackle from Webb which put him off.

It wasn’t long before Kearney made amends, though, as he got on the end of Lewis Cole’s excellent delivery to tap the visitors into the lead.

That seemed to give Harrow some confidence and they were playing some excellent football in the period after the goal, but they failed to take advantage of that and instead ended up conceding a penalty on a rare Yate attack when Thomas Scott tripped Webb, who dusted himself down to level from the spot.

George Moore had a chance to restore Borough’s lead before the break, but he curled over after cutting in from the left.

Despite a largely positive display in the first half, aside from the minute or so involving the penalty, Borough couldn’t keep it going after the break and the conceded again in the 69th minute as Bryant managed to hook a cross beyond Hafed Al-Droubi.

Borough’s efforts for an equaliser proved to be in vain. The closest they came was a header from Marc Charles-Smith that flew just over.

Next up for Borough in the league is high-flying Tiverton Town at home, but first they host Brentford B in the London Senior Cup tomorrow night.