THURROCK won their first match in five weeks as they beat Harrow Borough 2-0 to ease their woes near the bottom of the Isthmian Premier League.

After a poor run in the league, Fleet were looking for some light relief against mid-table Borough, although only a Remi Sutton intervention stopped the visitors taking an early lead.

And Thurrock took advantage. After 23 minutes, Joel Nouble ran at his man from deep before sending a powerful low drive inside the far post.

Ryan Moss hit the post for Harrow shortly afterwards but Mark Stimson’s men held out until half-time.

The same man hit the frame of the goal after the break as Thurrock struggled to get out of the final third.

And the hosts weren’t able to make the game safe until the final moments of the game.

Debutant Aruna Kamara’s shot was saved but Ronnie Winn was left with the simplest of tap-ins from the rebound.

Joe Keith’s first game in charge of Tilbury ended in defeat as an injury-time strike from AFC Sudbury ensured the Dockers returned home pointless.

Tilbury had trailed 2-0 until the final 10 minutes – goals from Ben Hunter and Jake Colclough put the Suffolk outfit in charge.

Toby Aromoloran gave the away side hope with nine minutes remaining and it looked as though they had stolen a point when Adam Vyse levelled matters as the clock hit 90 minutes.

But Jake Clowsley had the last laugh, five minutes into added on time, to secure a 3-2 win.