IN PICTURES - Havant & Waterlooville 1 Harrogate Town 2: Advertiser player ratings

Goals from Michael Woods and George Thomson saw Harrogate Town come from behind to win 2-1 at Havant & Waterlooville.

Saturday, 6th April 2019, 10:47 pm
Updated Sunday, 7th April 2019, 7:39 am
George Thomson heads home Harrogate Town's winner at Havant. Pictures: Matt Kirkham

Here's an assessment of how Simon Weaver's men performed in Hampshire on their way to a first victory in five matches. PICTURES: MATT KIRKHAM.

James Belshaw 8. Made an excellent save in the first half to keep the hosts out and was quick off his line to deal with danger throughout. Only beaten from the penalty spot.
Warren Burrell 7. Performed well in his better-suited role of right-back. Delivered quality crosses and made penetrative runs from defence.
Callum Howe 6. Good in the air as usual, though could have done better with an opportunity in the second half. Had a real battle with Havants front two during the opening period.
Kelvin Langmead 6. Aerially dominant alongside Howe, however he did give away a few fouls that could have cost his team.
Liam Kitching 7. An assured performance at left-back. Played a crucial ball to Jack Muldoon for Towns winner and looked solid defensively.
George Thomson 8. ADVERTISER STAR MAN. Provided the final bit of quality needed to win the game with an impressive headed finish. Also helped Town turn the screw when it was 1-1.
Lloyd Kerry 6. Forced off with an injury after only 34 minutes. Conceded a penalty, although his challenged looked a fair one.
Josh Falkingham 7. Constantly demanding the ball when Town were dominating the game in the second half. Got forward from midfield with purpose.
Joe Leesley 6. Worked hard down the left, but was pinned back by Havant wing back Nick McNamara, particularly during the first 45.
Michael Woods 7. In the right place at the right time to net equaliser. Looked a threat, playing some incisive passes in the final third.
Jack Muldoon 7. His pace meant he was a constant threat in behind. Should have done better with a chance early in the second half, but showed great composure to pick out George Thomson for the winning goal.
Liam Agnew 7 (On for Kerry, 34). Thrown in at a difficult time and slotted straight in. Did not waste a pass, kept the ball moving and set up attacks with incisive through-balls.
Jordan Thewlis N/A (On for Woods, 87).