Ebbsfleet United on the attack during Saturday's National League success over Harrogate Town.
Here's a look at how Simon Weaver's players performed during Saturday's clash at the CNG Stadium. PICTURES: MATT KIRKHAM
James Belshaw 6. Dealt with a number of crosses into his box solidly. Pulled off one notable save to keep out a Corey Whitely strike late in the first period.
Ryan Fallowfield 7. Not as impressive as in recent weeks, but got his head up and picked the right pass to set up Jack Muldoon for Town's equaliser.
Callum Howe 6. Won his fair share of headers, however the Town defence looked all at sea early on and was breached all too easily from two set-pieces.
Warren Burrell 7. Like Howe, he didn't look entirely convincing early on, however he made two crucial interventions inside his own penalty area in the second period.
Liam KItching 6. Was moved back to the left side of the Harrogate defence and didn't look as comfortable as he has been at centre-half. Booked.
Josh Falkingham 7. Snapped into challenges, but wasn't quite able to take the game by the scruff of the neck. A couple of cute passes in the second period and felt he should have had a penalty.
Lloyd Kerry 6. Industrious without ever really being able to influence the game the way he would have liked.
Jack Emmett 8. ADVERTISER STAR MAN. The stand-out performer by some distance. Really tried to make things happen by taking on opponents.
George Thomson 6. A player who has excelled in recent weeks, he never really got going. One decent first-half strike from outside the box, but couldn't spark Town into life on this occasion. Substituted.
Mark Beck 6. Led the line well enough, however he didn't offer enough of a threat inside the Ebbsfleet box.
Jack Muldoon 7. A couple of decent runs down the left during the opening 45 and managed to get on the score-sheet after half-time.
Dylan Mottley-Henry 6. (On for Thomson, 68). Unable to impact the game from the substitutes' bench on what was his home debut.