Hatters rated: Hereford United v Luton Town

Mark Tyler: 6 - Hardly had a save to make but was twice indebted to Andre Gray for clearing off the line.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 30th September 2013, 9:00 am
Hereford United v Luton Town. Photos by  Liam Smith. wk 40.
Hereford United v Luton Town. Photos by Liam Smith. wk 40.

Jonathan Smith: 6: Showed plenty of energy, but didn’t get enough telling tackles in and lacked composure on the ball.

Steve McNulty: 7.5 - Marked Brodie out of the game and has forged a formidable partnership with Lacey at the back.

Jake Howells: 6.5 - Offered a threat on the left and displayed some quick thinking, without ever really getting the space he needed.

Scott Griffiths: 7 - Combative display from the left-back who put in a number of important headers and tackles.

Mark Cullen: 6 - Competed well but lacked service and never looked a real threat when moved to the right in the second half.

Andrew Parry: 6 - Distribution was poor as he sent the ball far too long, far too often, but did battle hard in the middle.

Luke Guttridge: 6.5 - Wasted on the right in the first half and, while sometimes on the periphery, he forced two good stops out of Evans.

Ronnie Henry: 6.5 - Assured presence at right-back as the Hatters kept their eighth clean sheet in 12 games.

Paul Benson: 6 - Isolated up front and given little to feed off of.

Alex Lacey: 7.5 - Young defender didn’t put a foot wrong all afternoon as he dominated the aerial battle.

Andre Gray (sub): 6.5 - Desperately unlucky not to start the game and made a real difference when he did, twice clearing off the line and almost netting a last-gasp winner.

Shaun Whalley (sub): 5 - Substitute hardly saw the ball as Town’s late throw of the dice came to nothing.

Ratings by Mark Wood