Harefield kept up their title challenge as they duly picked up three points from Holmer Green and moved top of the table.
The score did not reflect the control Hares had over the game, and but for some poor finishing and good saves by Gareth Tinsley in the Holmer goal they would have won by a bigger margin.
Hares dominated the first half and at times ran the Holmer defence ragged but the final ball was often not decisive enough.
Adam Willis and Chris Drake worked hard to open the scoring and with Joe Kelly and Liam Hind over-lapping down each wing and the constant pressure on the Holmer defence a goal was inevitable,
It finally came in the shape of a penalty when Drake was brought down in the area. Willis took the responsibility and it was 1-0 after 12 minutes.
This helped relax the Hares but still the Holmer defence prevented any further scoring until the 32nd minute when Liam Hind latched on to a pass and fired home at the near post.
At the other end the best Holmer chance fell to Steve Miles but he drove the ball wide.
In the second half the Hares started to relax and this allowed Holmer to have their best spell of the match,
From having a quiet first half, Charlie Miller was kept busy for the first 10 minutes.
The closest Holmer came was when Fitzroy Williams hit the post after a good move down the left, Hares continued to push for a third goal and Drake should have scored on 65 minutes but blasted over, then Arion Maleknia and Wills joined in but a good save and poor finish denied them.
Despite the amount of possession the Hares had they failed to breakdown the Holmer defence even after Ashleigh James was sent off for a second bookable offence.
HAREFIELD: Miller, Willis, Kelly, Glady, Hind, Maleknia, Williamson, Drake, Williams, Kirk, Eldridge. Subs: Haynes, Cowen, Lloyd, Brown
The Reserves finally got back to winning form with a comfortable 3-0 victory against Berkhamstead Town. Denver Morris, Jamie Houliston and Jordan Willis netted.