Soham come from behind to beat Harlow
Harlow Town 3 Soham Town Rangers 6
SOHAM came from behind three times to secure a comfortable win over struggling Harlow Town on Tuesday night.
Steve Fallon’s side were still trailing their hosts until the 70th minute when they equalised for the third time before kicking on in the latter stages to win the match.
The three points moves the Greens up into 16th place and to within just three points off Thamesmead Town in seventh place, with a trip to Romford to come on Saturday.
Harlow’s Piers Wixon put the home side in front after just 10 minutes but Buster Harradine continued his impressive start to the season by equalising a mere two minutes later.
Thomas Davie struck in the 30th minute to restore Harlow’s lead by Matt Robinson was on hand to cancel out his strike five minutes later.
Shortly after the hour mark, Wixon netted his second of the night to give Harlow the lead for a third time but, once again, it wasn’t to last as Michael Simpson pulled Soham level with 20 minutes to go.
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Robinson put the Greens ahead just five minutes later and in-form striker Robbie Mason added another two goals to his tally for the season in the final five minutes as Soham moved away from their hosts.
The win came just three days after Soham squandered an early lead to lose 4-2 to high-flying Chesunt at Julius Martin Lane, the visitors scoring all four of their goals in the final 10 minutes of the first half.
Harradine had given the Greens an early lead from the penalty spot, with the same player adding a second penalty kick in the 53rd minute.