HARROW'S 1st XI game at home to Twickenham had to be called off at 10am on Saturday due to the very wet outfield after five days of rain.
On Sunday Harrow went through to the second round of the Middlesex Cup after defeating Ickenham by 61 runs.
The match was still in doubt on Sunday morning due to the damp conditions but, with a warm morning, the outfield slowly started to dry out to allow the match to start.
Harrow batted first and closed on 181 for seven from their 45 overs. Darren Crook ended on 49 not out, and he was well supported by Theo Modeste with 26.
Ickenham struggled to mount a challenge once the Harrow bowlers got going. Darren Crook and Eranga Mendis both picked up three wickets as Ickenham lost their last wicket for 120.
Harrow 2nds suffered a 46-run defeat in their league game at Edmonton.
With Monty Jivraj bowling well, taking 5-46 from 18 overs, and Paul James chipping in with 2-25, Edmonton reached 60 for six, and a low total looked on the cards.
But H Shabbier (51) and the lower order pushed the score to 167 all out in 51 overs.
Harrow's chase got off to a poor start with David Morris falling for 10 as Harrow struggled to build partnerships. Vikash Seth ended up on 39 not out as Harrow fell short on 131 all out.
In their match at White Waltham on Sunday, David Morris (87) and Vikash Seth (43) put on 121 for the first wicket as Harrow 2nds made177.
White Waltham could only muster 92 in reply. Mahesh Eswar took the bowling honours for Harrow with 4-30 from seven overs.
Harrow 3rds batted first in their league game against Hornsey and reached a total of 153 all out from 39.4 overs. Kishan Patel top scored with 60 as he made his maiden senior half century.
Hornsey, in reply, found the going difficult against the bowling of Clint Wolverson (5-40), but they eventually reached their target in the 35th over with eight wickets down.