Tabard eased to a 29-10 win at Harrow in London Two North West on Saturday.

The visitors started the brighter of the sides and put Harrow under pressure from the start, but were unable to convert the early possession into points.

It was Harrow who found themselves first on the board after a high tackle in front of the Tabard posts which led to a yellow card for Gerald Arasa and three points for the hosts.

After Harrow had been awarded a yellow, the home side drove forward brushing aside some ineffective Tabard tackling and went over for a converted try in the corner which fired them into a 10-0 lead.

Tabard showed great resolve and hit back with a penalty by Jack Reilly after another Harrow offence at the breakdown and then a well-taken try from Tom King, following a sublime chip over the advancing Harrow defenders by Liam Glynn, which brought them within two points.

With a minute to go to the break Tabard attacked again down the left with some excellent inter passing which created the overlap, allowing Charlie Sanderson to score under the posts. Reilly made no mistake with the conversion.

In the second half Tabard received two yellow cards but strong defending kept their opponents out.

Tabard veteran Neil Hopcroft latched onto a Harrow pass and ran in unopposed to score under the posts for the converted try.

Arasa had the last word with a try at the death, securing a bonus-point win after a Harrow player was sent off.

Tabard return to action this weekend with a home game against Hampstead.