How they rated:

Harriers 1, Bradford Park Avenue 2

Hall: Made a string of fine saves throughout, especially to deny Ollie Johnson in either half. 7.5.

Vaughan: Captain for the day and marked it with an impressive display, especially in the first half with his usual tenacity to win the ball and support attacks. 7.

Austin: The full-back did well down the left flank in the first half before being pushed further forward in the second. Saw one second half effort easily gathered. 6.5.

Weeks: Helped dictate play and offered good control in midfield as his side dominated the ball in the first half. Continued to work hard in the second. 6.5 Digie: Defended well at times and won some important headers but sometimes his distribution can let him down. Still was able to slot in well enough. 6.

Taylor: Did well for long spells and read the game nicely from his position as one of the centre backs. Was as fault for Bradford's late winner though as he dwelt on the ball and allowed Johnson to nip in. 6.

Sonupe: Much like the team as a whole, he was at his best in the first half but flat in the second. Harriers' main threat down the right early on but made the wrong decision when he chose to shoot rather than crossing for an unmarked Waring in the second half. 7.

Truslove: Struggled to get into the game for long spells but did take up some neat positions without much joy. 6.

Brown: Held the ball up nicely in the central striker role and was always looking to turn his man.solid outing for the striker. 6.5.

Bradley: Another strong showing from the attacker before he was taken off at half time, surely with the play-offs in mind. Bagged his eighth goal in his last seven games. 7.

Ngwatala: Utilised in a deeper midfield role next to Weeks and did well. Saw much more of the ball and set up Bradley's opener with a fine ball over the top. 7.

Subs: Waring: Did well after his introduction. Won some good headers and quickly got involved in his side's attacking play. 6.5.

Pearson: Slotted in defence well after Bradley's substitution at the break. 6.

Unused subs: Croasdale, McQuilkin, Ironside.