Rovers eased to a 3-0 victory against Harborough Town at Hall Road as two summer signings - Tai Williams and Jemale McKenzie - found the net. Williams struck an early opener but Rovers had to wait until the final 20 minutes to seal the points. An own goal doubled their advantage after James Ducket flicked on a Matt Clifford corner, before McKenzie hit a classy clincher from 20 yards. The success against Harborough came complete with a clean sheet for debutant goalkeeper Harry Reynolds, who has joined from neighbours St Neots Town along with full-back Stevan Shaw. It also marked the completion of Rovers boss Mark Duckets seven-match stadium ban. He is now able to return to the dugout when his side face a tough FA Cup preliminary round test at Histon this Saturday. The Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division high-flyers have won all four of their outings this season.