Mark Tyler: 7 - Kept busy by veteran striker Jamie Cureton, but most of his work was fairly routine.
Michael Harriman: 7.5 - Impressive display from the right back who looks completely at home in Town’s defence. Got forward well and might be playing himself into an extended stay.
Scott Griffiths: 7.5 - Almost playing as a genuine wing back, he overlapped to good affect and gave Hatters some real width at times.
Steve McNulty: 7 - Only time he got caught out of position, Daggers scored to ruin his evening. but the skipper was excellent in possession once more.
Luke Wilkinson: 7 - Not quite as dominant as recent games as lost Cureton on the odd occasion, although it didn’t prove costly.
Nathan Doyle: 7.5 - Improved showing from the weekend as he snuffed out attacks well and was so close to his first goal, denied brilliantly by Cousins.
Jonathan Smith: 7.5 - All over the field once more as he bombed on to good effect. Only the woodwork denied him a cracking strike too.
Andy Drury: 8 - Worked the space wonderfully to create Cullen’s opener and his vision at times is a delight to watch.
Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu: 7 - Could have brought the house down had he finished off Town’s wonderful flowing team move but alas, composured escaped him at the vital moment.
Ricky Miller: 6.5 - Home debut for the former Boston striker, but didn’t quite have the impact he would have wanted as Luton struggled in the first half.
Mark Cullen: 8.5 - Expert display in finishing from the frontman who nabbed the perfect treble. Now up there with the division’s leading scorers too.
Paul Benson (SUB): 6.5 - Looking sharper game by game and wonderful sliding challenge helped set up Cullen’s hat-trick.
Charlie Walker (SUB): 6 - Brought on in the final moments to allow Cullen his ovation.
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