HARROW Borough's aims for a top 10 finish in the Ryman Premier were dealt a blow after Saturday's 2-3 home reversal to third placed Tonbridge Angels.
The result comes on the back of last Thursday's 2-0 defeat at AFC Hornchurch and Easter Monday's 3-0 drubbing at the hands of Wealdstone. It is the first time they have lost three league games in a row since last August.
After taking a first minute lead through Dorian Smith Harrow conceded three goals in eight minutes with Gavin Dayes, Carl Rook and Paul Booth all netting to put Tonbridge in control.
Harrow skipper Wayne Walters reduced the arrears with 14 minutes left but were unable to finish their final home game of the season on a high.