Harrow put up a disappointing performance against Acton in Middlesex County Cricket League Division Two, ending a recent run of good form.
Batting first Acton managed 229 for eight from 55 overs.
Harrow made a good start picking up two early wickets with Darren Crook in fine form again as he bowled Fyfe for five and had Jones caught by Modeste for 15.
Keith Hunt batting at three held their innings together with a battling 90, as Acton moved the score along from 68 for three in the 28th over.
Hunt and Mangaldis then built a partnership and the fourth wicket went down with the score 127 in the 41st over.
At this stage Harrow felt they could restrict Acton to an achievable total but Acton had other ideas as they stepped up the run rate closing on 229 for eight in 55 overs.
Darren Crook produced outstanding bowling for the second week running, taking six for 56 from 23 overs, including 11 maidens.
Harrow made a poor start with Aslam out LBW without scoring, and Mendis was soon back in the pavilion out caught for seven.
From that point the innings just fell apart as Harrow lost their way, and with wickets lost to five catches and four LBWs it was difficult to hold it all together.
Dave Walker top scored with 39 and Darren Crook did his best to support him with 27, but it was not to be, as Harrow could only reach 137 in reply.