IN PICTURES - Harrogate Town 0 Boreham Wood 1: Advertiser player ratings

Harrogate Town were nowhere near their best when they entertained Boreham Wood at the CNG Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Sunday, 14th April 2019, 7:24 pm
Updated Sunday, 14th April 2019, 7:54 pm
Harrogate Town v Boreham Wood. Pictures: Matt Kirkham

A ninth-minute header by Tom Champion condemned Simon Weaver's team to a 1-0 defeat, their third in six matches. PICTURES: MATT KIRKHAM.

James Belshaw 7. Made a fine double-save in added-time to deny Bradley Ash one-on-one.
Warren Burrell 6. Got forward a couple of times early on, however he wasnt really able to provide the extra width down the right that Town needed.
Callum Howe 6. Looked a threat in the air in the opposition box twice in the first half but the hosts couldnt profit. Didnt do too much wrong.
Kelvin Langmead 7. ADVERTISER STAR MAN. Two excellent last-ditch interventions either side of half-time kept his team in the game.
Liam Kitching 6. Although versatile, hes really a centre-half and, at times, Town's left-back looked like a man playing out of position. Booked.
George Thomson 6. Tried to make things happen, though it wasnt his day. Second-half air shot summed up Towns afternoon.
Josh Falkingham 6. Like his team, didnt seem to ever really get going. His trademark bite and ferocity wasnt as noticeable as it usually is.
Liam Agnew 6. His 25th-minute run and through-ball to Jack Muldoon was probably the most incisive bit of play we saw from Town all day.
Joe Leesley 6. A number of quality deliveries into the box and he showed more desire than most, throwing himself into a couple of challenges.
Michael Woods 6. Couldnt influence the game in the number 10 role. Was well-shackled and spent a lot of time with his back to goal, making it hard for him to get at the visitors.
Jack Muldoon 6. Perhaps needed a strike partner to play off when up against such a massive back-three. Missed a good chance in the first half from Agnews through-ball.
Jordan Thewlis 6. (On for Woods, 59). Added a little bit of zip when he came on and did liven Town up somewhat, though was perhaps lucky to escape with a yellow card following an off-the-ball clash.
Mark Beck 6. (On for Thomson, 72) Didnt make much of an impact. Had one half-chance from a Leesley cross but headed well over.
Aaron Williams N/A. (On for Muldoon, 85). A couple of opportunities fell to him inside the box during his brief cameo, however he couldnt deliver late salvation.