IN PICTURES - Harrogate Town 3 Chesterfield 1: Advertiser player ratings

Harrogate Town secured a first win in four matches when they came from behind to beat Chesterfield at the CNG Stadium.

Sunday, 24th November 2019, 7:29 am
Updated Sunday, 24th November 2019, 8:12 am
Harrogate Town players celebrate after Ryan Fallowfield, left, put them 2-1 up against Chesterfield.

Here's an assessment of how Simon Weaver's men performed during Saturday's National League encounter. PICTURES: MATT KIRKHAM.

James Belshaw 8. The Town stopper kept his team in the game with a couple of important saves when Chesterfield led 1-0.
Ryan Fallowfield 8. An excellent finish capped a typically energetic performance from the flying right-back. Absolutely busts a gut to get forward and create width down the right.

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Will Smith 8. Read the game very well and defended astutely in the second half. Twice went close to scoring in the first, rattling the cross-bar with a header.
Connor Hall 7. Was caused a few issues before half-time by the Spireites' lively attackers, but looked composed and comfortable in the centre of defence during the second 45.
Mitch Hancox 7. Beaten too easily by Jermaine McGlashan for the visitors' goal, though he grew into the game after that. Snapped into a number of challenges and provided some decent deliveries with his left foot.
Brendan Kiernan 6. One of his quieter games in yellow and black. Didn't perform badly, but just struggled to influence proceedings like he usually does. Substituted.
Warren Burrell 7. Steady if unspectacular on his return to action, however Town always appear more balanced with him anchoring the midfield.They win more games when he plays there, too.
Josh Falkingham 8. His first goal in more than a year was an important one as it was just starting to look as if it might be 'one of those days' in front of goal for Town.
Jack Diamond 7. Started brightly, cutting inside off the left flank to good effect. Was positive and looked to make things happen by taking on defenders and getting off shots at goal.
Mark Beck 8. Another effective, imposing display from the big striker. Won plenty in the air, showed some nice touches and created chances for others.
Jack Muldoon 8. ADVERTISER STAR MAN. Showed great movement and awareness to set up Town's first goal, then real composure as he netted the third, just minutes after missing a sitter.
George Thomson 7. (On for Kiernan, 62). Only on the pitch for half an hour but he still managed to provide two assists with a couple of nicely-weighted passes.