Harrogate fought back to earn a 2-2 draw at home to Maidstone who dropped to the bottom of the Vanarama National League table.
Justin Amaluzor scored twice for the visitors to cancel out Mark Beck’s opener but Jack Muldoon’s penalty ensured the points were shared.
Harrogate were in front with 21 minutes on the clock when Joe Leesley’s cross was headed back across goal and Beck applied the finish from close range for his 10th goal of the season.
Amaluzor brought the visitors level on the stroke of half-time when he bent his shot into the top left corner of the goal from outside the penalty area.
Seven minutes into the second half Amaluzor got his second to put Maidstone ahead when his shot found the far corner.
Muldoon drew Harrogate level just after the hour as he converted from the penalty spot after being brought down before Leesley’s shot from 30 yards came back off the bar as sixth-placed Harrogate had to settle for a draw.