Ghanaian striker Junior Dadson netted a first-half hat-trick as Harlow Town thumped Barkingside 5-2 to stay top of the Ryman North League in the lower tiers of England on Saturday afternoon.
Barkingside’s Calvin Poku opened the free scoring first half, but Dadson was on hand to level the game just a minute later.
David Cowley scored direct from a corner before Junior Appiah got in on the act during the seven goal first half bonanza.
The Side captain Joe Bricknell put the visitors on the comeback trail with a goal.
But Dadson showed his class with two more goals in the 27th and 31st minute to wow the 250 in attendance inside The Harlow Arena.
The victory means Harlow stay top of the division one, point above Needham Market.
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