Ware 2 Haringey Borough 3
Ware are overtaken in the second half after holding a comfortable lead at the break.
Ware have come back from two down a couple of times this season to secure a point each time but the tables were turned on them with a vengeance as Haringey took all three points after being out manoeuvred in the first half. Ashley Harris came in as goalmkeeper with Murat Karagul in the back four with Marcus Rose injured
Evandro Delgado's stunning volley gave Ware the lead after 27 minutes and all looked good as Ware took control with a second goal nine minutes later. Alaa Oujdi's cross was met by Josh Oyinsan who rose above two defenders to head home.
The second half was a different story as Haringey fought back and equalised with from the penalty spot on the hour. The home side felt that a foul had been committed before the offence in the penalty area but Dan Aristidou had no such concerns as he started his side's recovery by firing past Harris from the spot.
This gave Borough hope and seven minutes later Rakim Richards equalised with a volley the equal of Delgado's first half strike.
The points were now anybody's and it was Haringey who took them with four minutes of normal time left when Anthony McDonald scored.
Ware: Ashley Harris, Jack Mace, Alaa Oujdi, Josh Oyibo, Murat Karagul, Tom Bradbury, Aston Goss (Kambo Smith 80mins), Joe Reynolds, Josh Oyinsan, Gareth Price, Evandro Delgado (Connor Bolton 60mins). Unused subs: Ryan Hervel, Jason Coughlan, Dani Ladeira.
The Hertfordshire Mercury has a full report here.