How they rated:

Harriers 3, Nuneaton Town 0

Hall: Wasn't too busy, especially after Nuneaton's red cards, but did make a few good saves early on. 7.

Pearson: Defended well and adapted well after being moved centrally in the second half. 7.

Taylor: Supported attacks well down the left flank and won the penalty for Ironside's goal. 7.5.

Croasdale: Mixed showing from the skipper. Worked as hard as ever but didn't control things as he would have liked. 6.5.

Horsfall: The defender is enjoying his best form at Harriers at the moment and put in another good display. 7.5.

Williams: Did well before his half time substitution. Did well to carry on after he picked up a heavy knock after just two minutes. 6.5.

Weeks: Like his fellow central midfielders, Weeks struggled to get his passing game going for large spells. Did better in the second half as Harriers wrapped up the win. 6.5.

McQuilkin: Also struggled in the first half as Nuneaton pressed well. Worked hard without the reward. Blazed one good chance over the bar. 6.5.

Ironside: Bagged his goal from the penalty spot in the second half and again held the ball up well during a scrappy affair. 7.

Ngwatala: It was a quiet afternoon for the Frenchman. He just couldn't find a way to have his usual impact as Nuneaton worked hard to cut the space. 6.

Sonupe: At the heart of most attacks and clearly working much hard off the ball than previously. Scored one and set up the third. Always will to run with real purpose. 8.


Truslove: A reminder of the goal threat he carries. Still working back to full fitness but can be a big player for Harriers from the bench. Has the ability to get in the box at the right time. More to come. 7.

Austin: Replaced Williams at half time as Harriers reshuffled. Did well out wide and then centrally against a battling Town side. 7.

Vaughan: The fans' favourite made his return from injury and was quickly in the action. Quickly got up to pace and is another that could have a big impact in the second Half of the season. 7.

Unused subs: Brown, Wright.