Harrogate Town v Maidstone United. Picture: Matt Kirkham
Here's an assessment of how Simon Weaver's performed at the CNG Stadium.
James Belshaw 6. Beaten by two very good finishes. Barely tested otherwise.
Ryan Fallowfield 6. A number of sloppy passes early on and lacked the usual quality in his delivery from the right when he got forward. Exposed by Justin Amaluzor for United's second goal.
Callum Howe 7. Another important contribution in the opposition box as he set up Mark Beck for Town's first goal. Cruised through the game from a defensive point of view.
Kelvin Langmead 7. One early slip aside, this was a typically solid and uncompromising display.
Warren Burrell 6. Did okay. Was up against ex-West Ham winger Blair Turgott, who had a bit of joy down his side of the pitch in the first 45.
Lloyd Kerry 7. ADVERTISER STAR MAN. Snapped into challenges and tried to spread the play as much as possible. One crucial covering tackle inside his own area at 2-2.
Josh Falkingham 7. Some nice passes as always and came close with a decent strike from distance, but wasn't able to grab the game by the scruff of the neck on a day when Town needed someone to drag them to three points.
Liam Agnew 6. Looked a little bit off the pace, however this was his first Town start since October. Replaced early in the second half.
Jack Muldoon 7. Showed a bit of quality on the ball. Won and converted the penalty, then forced a good save out Chris Lewington moments later.
Mark Beck 7. Scored one, perhaps unfortunate not to have had a second. Town won almost nothing in the air up front after he was replaced.
Joe Leesley 7. Not at his best, though managed to deliver a number of fine deliveries into the box and also hit the cross-bar with a lovely strike from distance.
George Thomson 6. (On for Agnew, 54). Wasn't really able to impact the contest.
Aaron Williams 6. (On for Beck, 66). Couldn't get into the game.