Chiswick 72 Harrow 7
INDISCIPLINE proved to be Harrow's downfall in this crushing defeat to newly-promoted Chiswick.
Harrow's woeful penalty count allowed the hosts to rack up a huge score against a side ravaged by injuries and player unavailability just two games into the new Powergen London Four North West League season.
Skipper Simon Bram was forced to pitch prop Terry McKay and young second row Chris Armstrong into action and was reasonably satisfied with his team's first half display. Rob
Franklin's try, converted by Bram, reduced the gap to 18-7 at the break.
However, the floodgates opened in the second half as Chiswick ran riot, scoring more than a point a minute to leave Harrow demoralised.
Bram's men must regroup if they are to register their first win of the season when they host Hitchin on Saturday.