Harrow Borough moved into mid-table in the Southern League Premier Division South following a 3-2 win over Hayes & Yeading United on Saturday.

Michael Bryan opened the scoring for Borough but the game was level at the break thanks to Hassan Jalloh.

Thomas Scott and George Moore then made the game safe for Harrow in the second half, despite Jalloh making it a nervy finish with his second.

Harrow took the lead on 35 minutes when the ball rebounded to Bryan on the edge of the box, after Jordan Ireland’s shot had hit his own player in George Moore, and his sweet drive went through a crowd of players before nestling into the bottom corner.

Before the break though, Hayes managed to pull themselves level when Shaun Preddie was robbed of possession by Manny Duku and he crossed from the by-line for Jalloh to tuck past Hafed Al-Droubi.

Two minutes into the second half, Harrow had their lead back. Josh Andrew played a cross-field ball to Scott, and his low cross evaded everybody, including Hayes keeper Andrew McCorkell, and snuck in at the far post.

McCorkell was caught out by another delivery shortly after and it proved to be a pivotal moment for the home side.

Lewis Cole’s corner was completely missed by the shot-stopper and the delivery was swept home at the far post by Moore.

It was made to be a nervous finish for Harrow when, with six minutes remaining, Jack Williams burst forward down the left-hand side and his cross was touched back by Duku for Jalloh to blast home.

However, it wasn’t to be enough, and Harrow held on for a vital three points that moves them well away from the relegation mix.

Next up for Borough is a trip to Blackfield & Langley this Saturday, which kicks off at 3pm.