HARWICH and Parkeston made it two wins from two in Thurlow Nunn League division one north following a 3-1 win at Haverhill Rovers, writes DANIEL ROGERS.

The Shrimpers produced a dominant second-half performance to claim a fine away victory, on Tuesday evening.

Although with six of his squad still unavailable, manager Sean Tynan was able to welcome back Alfie Smith to captain the side and new signing Mitchell Knight.

Knight was soon in action clearing a dangerous Rovers cross but he joined the attack to give the Shrimpers an eighth-minute lead when he volleyed home from Jamie Beecham's corner.

Play was evenly contested until the 30th minute when Joe Greenslade-Cross equalised for Rovers from the penalty spot.

Harwich attacked from the start of the second half with it proving to be a very impressive debut for Mitchell Knight, who was within inches of scoring again when his effort struck the Rovers crossbar in the 59th minute.

The Shrimpers kept up the pressure, with Liam White going close twice with good efforts.

An excellent move between White and substitute Matt Geen culminated with Beecham shooting over from 16 yards.

But Harwich were rewarded for their efforts when from Beecham's corner, Dan Keeble headed them into a 72nd-minute lead.

Harwich defended really well when Rovers sought to make a comeback and in the closing minutes the visitors mounted another attack.

Beecham made a run at the Rovers back line before laying the ball off to Geen, who dummied the home defence to allow Luke Mayhew the opportunity to seal their victory, sparking celebrations from the jubilant large band of Shrimpers supporters.

On Saturday, Harwich travel to meet Swaffham Town, who have also made a good start by winning their two opening matches.