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Hatters rated versus Hyde

Jake Howells

Jake Howells

 

Mark Tyler: 8 - One of his busiest afternoons as Hyde adopted a shoot on sight policy. Kept everything out though to break the club record for clean sheets.

Andy Parry: 7 - Solid if unspectacular in the first half before being withdrawn after the break.

Scott Griffiths: 7 - Got the start he wanted to complete an ever-present season for Town, though had his hands full at times.

Steve McNulty: 7 - Strong in the air once more and he was handed the captain’s armband.

Alex Lacey: 7.5 - Another composed showing from the young defender who coped well with being moved to full back.

Cameron McGeehan: 7 - Didn’t quite reach the heights of previous games as Luton were on the back foot at times.

Matt Robinson: 7 - Another who couldn’t quite impose himself fully on basement side Hyde.

Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu: 7 - Taken off just before the interval due to injury, he never quite got doing during opening half.

Jake Howells: 8.5 - Stand out performer with some lovely wing play and dangerous balls into the box.

Mark Cullen: 7.5 - Forward was full of running, with some delightful passing too.

Andre Gray: 7 - Almost trying too hard at times, but 30 goals and the golden boot represents a magnificent season.

Alex Wall (SUB): 7 - Such a handful upfront and cool finish for the goal. Link up play needs work though.

Anthony Charles (SUB): 7 - Good to see the experienced defender given a run-out.

Jonathan Smith (SUB): 6 - Stunning ovation as he got the final moments.

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