How they rated:

Harriers 2, Leamington 2

Gregory: Didn’t have much to do throughout the game but was a little slow to react to Anderson’s late leveller. 6.

Austin: Worked hard throughout to get up the flank and support attacks. Got a host of crosses into the box. 7.5.

Davidson: Another who enjoyed getting forward in the left wing-back role. Drilled one effort just wide in the first half and miscued another early in the second. 6.5.

R. Williams: A composed and accomplished showing from the young Liverpool loanee. Always looking to get on the ball. 7.

Moyo: A mixed afternoon for the skipper. Was a little erratic early on but always looked to get on the ball in defence to play out from the back. Created a good opportunity for Butterfield in first half but gave away the penalty that handed Leamington the lead even though the decision looked a little soft. 6.5.

Johnson: Did okay at times and sprayed the ball wide to good effect after looking slightly cagey in possession early in the game. Help Harriers deal with a number of long balls forward in the first half. 6.

Weeks: His corner led to Ed Williams’ goal that handed Harriers the lead in the second half. Kept the ball moving in midfield but wasn’t able to maintain his influence for prolonged spells. 6.

Butterfield: Drifted in and out of the game. Showed some neat touches but didn’t get up to support the front two as often as he’d have liked. Missed one good opening in the first half on one occasion when he did make a late run into the box. 6.

Chambers: Worked tirelessly throughout and reacted well to head the equaliser home. Showed a few signs of a link with Ed Williams up front. 7.

E. Williams: Still getting used to playing as part of a front two but showed glimpses of the player that can really hurt opposition teams. Got up well to head home his side’s second. Had more joy when he did drop a little deeper to collect the ball. 7.

Prosser: Showed he has the engine to get up and down the pitch from midfield but also drifted out of the game at times as Harriers’ midfield three struggled to have a concerted impact. Showed his quality, however, with his powerful effort that cannoned off the bar for Chambers’ equaliser. More to come. 6.5.


Peniket: Gave Harriers a different option in attack. Help the ball up at times and headed a late chance over the bar. 6.

Unused subs: O’Connor, Palmer, Higginson, Scott.