Mark Tyler: 7 - Would never have imagined sucn a quiet afternoon at Alfreton, especially after last season.
Ronnie Henry: 7.5 - Skipper was solid on the right side and once again, always keep to provide an option on the overlap.
Scott Griffiths: 8 - Really coming to his own now and was heavily involved in Town’s super third.
Steve McNulty: 8.5 - Immense display from the centre half who was up against the hulking Akinde. Never stopped rallying the troops from the first whistle.
Alfie Mawson: 7.5 - Looked to have seamlessly slotted into Town’s defence and a real shame injury forced him off.
Jonathan Smith: 8 - Won the midfield battle as he continues to be a vital cog for the Hatter.
Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu: 7.5 - Young Hammers loanee wasn’t overawed on his first league start and energy was a big factor as the game wore on.
Alex Lawless: 7.5 - Quietish first half but always eager to get involved and produced a calm finish in the second period.
Luke Guttridge: 8.5 - Back to his string pulling best, particularly in the opening 25 minutes. Stunning pass for Gray’s first goal and was on target himself.
Andre Gray: 8.5 - Striker is confident and bang in form, as shown by his first finish. So quick and powerful, his parternship with Benson is becoming one to relish.
Paul Benson: 8 - Linking up almost telepathically with Gray now as proved for the third goal. Exquisite finish for his own strike too.
Joe Davis: 7 - Thrust on with Town 4-0 to the good, but still had to do his fair share of defending in the second half as stood up to the challenge.
Ratings by Mike Simmonds
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