Decent enough game in difficult conditions. Hendon did most of the pressing but Boro's counter-attacks were incisive and their second goal was superbly executed (hope matey who scored it is alright....stretchered off after being caught accidentally by McNamara). For me, playing Murphy on the left and Da Costa on the right, didn't work and it was only when Peter Dean came on that things started to really happen. Leon Smith's finish for the second goal was excellent. Hendon were undone by over-committing men forward but understandably they had to try to take the game to Boro.
More than chuffed. That's one extra point gained on Harrow games last season. Following last seasons un-inspirational draw at home versus Wingate and this seasons win that's another significant mark-up.
Harrow on recent seasons would have probably turned us over at this time of year.
Its easy getting carried away with performances against high-flyers but you have to dig in and graft against those with differing characteristics.
Credit to the lads, I thought they exhibited a real shift this afternoon.
I also thought we had a viable penalty shout in the first half - these things change the complexion.
Harrow have under-gone a transformation and are clearly in survival mode.
The dichotomy for me up-front is switching personnel for players of whom have clearly at any instance got goals in them. Albiet that's a reasonable quandry. I guess it's what works on any given day. Most teams are crying out for a forward and we've got two!
Best wishes to all.