TWO GOALS either side of half time by Lewis Cook put to an end a good run of form by the Millermen at Mill Field yesterday.
Aveley simply never got going. The attacks they did have just seemed to end with the ball going high wide and handsome over the bar.
On the half hour, Junior Dadson worked his magic on the left hand side on two occasions but he just couldn’t find the killer pass to open the scoring.
Typically, Harrow, on equal points with Aveley punished them. In the 36th minute, Lewis Cook found space on the left hand side of the area to slot the ball home.
Just before the hour he made it 2-0 following sustained pressure from Borough he again found himself in acres of space, this time on the right hand side of the area to increase the lead.
With six minutes left Steve Butterworth gave Aveley hope of a late come-back when he shot inside the near post following a cross from the left.
Tobi Jinadu was then shown the red card for a shove on Stanley when the Harrow man was adjudged to be the last defender.
Millers finished brightly but it was a case of too little too late for the home side.
AVELEY: Oliver Morris-Sanders, Ryan Doyle, Sam Holloway, Nicky Symons, Micheal Alaile; Tony Russell; Ryan Edgar (Steve Butterworth 73); Matt Johnson; Sherwin Stanley; Martin Tuohy (David Knight 73), Junior Dadson (Che Stadhart 65).
HARROW BOROUGH: Andray Baptiste; Richard Orlu; Ronayne Marsh-Brown; Wayne Walters; Tobi Jinadu; Kwasi Frempong; James King (Dean Fenton 76); James Fraser; Dewayne Clarke; Rocky Baptiste; Lewis Cook