Bracknell Town maintained their impressive pre-season form with a 3-2 win at Southern League Premier Division South side Harrow Borough on Saturday, with all the goals coming in the first half.

Anthony O'Connor opened the scoring for the hosts after eight minutes when he turned in a cross.

Seb Bowerman equalised from the penalty spot on 20 minutes after he had been brought down by former Robins teammate Kensley Maloney, only for O'Connor to restore his side's lead two minutes later when he beat the offside trap.

The Harrow defence were struggling to deal with the pace of the Robins' attack and just before the half-hour mark, they upended Shane Cooper-Clark, who picked himself up to convert the penalty.

Town continued to look threatening and it was no surprise when Nicholas Bignall put Town ahead for the first time two minutes before the interval.

That was the end of the scoring, but the competition for places in Sam Lock's starting XI really hotted up in the second half when he made six substitutions.

The new manager will certainly face some selections problems when he gets down to naming his side for their opening Isthmian League game at Chipstead on August 17.

Lock gets his last opportunity to try out different players and formations this coming Saturday when Robins play their final pre-season game against Southern League Division One Central side Didcot Town at Larges Lane (3pm).

Following the many changes to their playing personnel and the arrival of a new manager and coaches, it comes as no surprise Bracknell have been installed as the warm 9-4 favourites to win the South Central Division title by new league sponsors BetVictor.

Newcomers Staines are next in the betting at 9-2 and they are the only two clubs in single figures, as next come Harlow at 10-1, followed by 12-1 chances Chalfont St Peter and Uxbridge.

Josh Hennah has become the second young full-back to leave Larges Lane just weeks after he had signed for Robins, having switched to Hellenic League side Virginia Water.

Previously, Elliott Legg switched to Isthmian League rivals Marlow.