Apr 11 2012 By Matt Lewis
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DAVE ANDERSON was pleased with his Harrow Borough side’s derby-day shutout against Wealdstone.
The Boro boss believes the Stones posses a potent strike-force with the likes of prolific goalscorer Richard Jolly a constant threat.
Wealdstone also fielded on-loan AFC Wimbledon man James Mulley as a second-striker in Wednesday night’s stalemate at Earlsmead.
And given their vast firepower, Anderson was delighted to see his Boro boys keep a clean sheet and dent their rivals’ play-off hopes.
“It’s a good point,” he said. “I think if you analyse the game a draw was probably a fair result. We’ve had another shutout, we’ve now had three games, and only conceded from a penalty.
“In and around the box Wealdstone are a danger. I know all about Richard Jolly, I paid money for him at Wimbledon, and they won't go many games without scoring so we’re pleased to keep them.
“You come into a derby game against a team that have had a great season, maybe a bit jaded because of their fixtures, but I really couldn’t call it either way. I don’t think it was a lucky draw, I think it was a fair result."