Max Whitaker scored a brace of tries and Harrow RFC's Under 11s chalked up a 35-14 triumph over Finchley on Sunday.
Owen Hurcum crossed first from Andrew Nurse's probing kick but Finchley soon evened things up with a score of their own. The visitors took the lead with their second try in the last play of the first half, leaving Harrow with plenty to ponder at the interval.
Whitaker's first try restored parity early in the second half before Davin Mc Andrew's try edged Harrow back in front. With the bit between their teeth Harrow kept building pressure and were rewarded with further tries from Nurse and Whitaker.
However, the second match saw a relatively inexperienced Harrow side lose 39-14 to the same opposition. Full back Lucas Hewerdine made two spectacular tackles to deny Finchley an early lead before Scott Liddell was denied at the other end of the pitch.
Finchley broke the deadlock but Liddell's quick try in reply was converted to give Harrow a slender lead. However, Finchley came roaring back and crossed the whitewash to take a 7-10 lead into the break.
They extended the lead with three second half tries and added two more after Christopher Thurgood had converted Harry Colgate's consolation score for the hosts.
Meanwhile, the Under 12s hit back in tremendous fashion after losing their first game 19-7 to their Finch-ley counterparts.
Battista Lammoglia's brace set them on their way, while there were further tries from Monty Leaman, Jake Evans and Niall O'Connell. All five scores were converted by Zak Carr for a 35-7 win, with the manof-the-match award going to Thad-deus Gallagher Henry.
In the first game, Harrow's solitary try was scored by Ciaran Healy, with Harry Crockford adding the extras.