Harrow earn Cup replay at Basingstoke

Basingstoke Town 1 Harrow Borough 1

Harrow Borough will be in Monday’s FA Cup first round draw after securing a superb result at Conference South leaders Basingstoke.

Dave Anderson’s side were second best in the first half and trailed at half-time to Liam Enver-Marum’s 12th minute close range effort.

Harrow’s grit and determination paid off when a stroke of good fortune led to an equaliser on 65 minutes. Jake Gilbert’s header from a free-kick was parried away by Basingstoke keeper Stuart Moore but rebounded in off home defender Shaun McAuley.

Harrow’s Julian Smith was sent-off in injury time for bringing down Enver-Marum when through on goal but they survived to guarantee a replay at Earlsmead on Tuesday.

Ebbsfleet United 1 Hayes and Yeading United 2

Hayes and Yeading United ended the last unbeaten home record in Conference South with an excellent victory at Ebbsfleet.

United keeper Calum Kitscha, fit again after illness, made an outstanding save to deny Charlie Sheringham in a first half that ended goalless.

Early in the second half, Phil Babb’s men went in front thanks to a fine curling strike from Louis-Rae Beadle and they doubled their lead 12 minutes from time, against the run of play, when Dan Wishart drilled home from the edge of the box.

Kitscha, who had made several fine saves, was finally beaten late on by colleague Matt Ruby’s own goal but United saw out a hard-earned three points.

Ryman Premier Division round-up

Hendon stretched their unbeaten league run to 11 matches after a resolute defensive display at fellow high-flyers Dulwich Hamlet.

In front of a crowd of 1,036 at Champion Hill, it was the home side who had the better of the chances but they were thwarted by poor finishing and Hendon keeper Ben McNamara.

In the second half, the Greens’ prolific Leon Smith twice fired wide and Sam Murphy was denied by Dulwich keeper Oshane Brown, who also kept out Lee O’Leary in injury time.

Middlesex Senior Cup

Connor Calcutt scored twice on his Wealdstone debut as they crushed rivals and Senior Cup holders Hampton and Richmond Borough 6-0.

Sean Cronin scored from the spot and Wes Parker, Johnny Wright and Joe Turner were also on target.

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