Steve McNulty: 6.5 - Battle-scarred defender again put his body on the line for Town’s cause.
Alex Lawless: 6.5 - Not everything came off for the classy midfielder, but flashes of quality helped make the difference.
Scott Griffiths: 7.5 - In-form, tough-tackling full-back put in another all-action, tenacious display.
Andy Parry: 5.5 - Heavy touches let him down more than once, although he put in one great cross and continued to plug away.
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Shaun Whalley: 6 - Lively winger looked to run at his man whenever he could without getting much change.
Ronnie Henry: 7 - Defended bravely and got forward to good effect, but was at fault for the penalty.
Paul Benson: 7 - Led the line excellently and linked superbly with Gray as he had a hand in both goals.
Andre Gray: 8 - Pacy striker strike took his goal supremely well and terrorised the Wings defence with his tenacity.
Jim Stevenson: 5.5 - Had a great header well saved by Butcher, but was too much on the periphery of things.
Alex Lacey: 6.5 - Young defender made several key interventions including flicking out a foot to stop a dangerous Welling counter.
Luke Guttridge (sub): 7 - Mobile midfielder’s added quality helped to tie Town’s intricate football together.
Matt Robinson (sub): 7 - Gave the Luton’s midfield added steel and helped to sway the game in their favour.
Ratings by Mark Wood