The Bees came from a goal down and put in a spirited showing to see off Potters Bar Town in the fourth round qualifying replay at The Hive London on Tuesday night.
Josh Walker cancelled out Ben Ward Cochrane’s opener before Ephron Mason-Clark and Jack Taylor secured the victory for Darren Currie’s side.
Harry played an instrumental role throughout the game and was pleased that they got the win on the night.
“We’ve got the job done, obviously we would have liked to have got it done in the first game, but fair play to them they got their late equaliser”
“Even after we went a goal behind, we just had to carry on playing our game, keep moving the ball and eventually we got the three goals”
“We didn’t change the game plan, we were playing well up until the goal, we moved the ball quicker and took our chances.”
Taylor has played a key role in Darren Currie’s side so far this year and has been a standout performer, no matter what position he has played in.
The Bees travel to Hartlepool United and Harrogate Town in their next two Vanarama National League fixtures and sit just two points off the play-off places.
The versatile midfielder is hoping to build on Tuesday night’s win and push on up the table.
“We need to go on a bit of a run now, we have the group to do it and we have to keep pushing on now”
“We have great players and coaching staff so we have the group to do it, it’s down to us to put a run together.”
It’ll be Fleetwood Town at The Hive in the next round for the Bees, to be played on the weekend of 9th November.
It’s a tie that Taylor is relishing and he is hoping that the Bee Army comes out in force to get behind the team.
“It’s the same as last year, we’ve got a League one team to play so it should be a good one”
“Let’s hope we can fill The Hive and get the place bouncing.”