Hatters rated v Dorchester

Mark Tyler: 8.5 – Hardly troubled for 70 minutes before taking centre stage to shine with a string of fabulous saves.

Lathaniel Rowe-Turner: 6.5 – Stuck to his task well, even though he was exposed as the game became stretched.

Dean Beckwith: 7 – Dominating no nonsense performance before a suspected broken nose forced him to be stretchered from the field.

Janos Kovacs: 6.5 – Dependable showing, but lost his man at least once which, for once, was thankfully not costly.

Alex Lawless: 7 – Good all-round performance by the versatile Welshman who netted the crucial second.

Scott Rendell: 6.5 – Won some decent flicks and made a nuisance of himself, but was well marshalled.

Jake Howells: 7 – Nimble midfielder helped to knit Town’s midfield together.

JJ O’Donnell: 7.5 – Sprightly youngster put his foot in and his nippy runs and crosses posed plenty of problems.

Jonathan Smith: 7 – Combative performance in the middle and threaded through some fine passes.

Ronnie Henry: 7 – Strong at the back and slung in some good crosses as he took every opportunity to get forward.

Andre Gray: 8 – Luton’s liveliest outfield player again, a constant menace and took his goal superbly.

Alex Lacey (sub): 6 – Thrust into the action and, though not as assertive as he could have been, coped well with the Dorchester onslaught.

Stuart Fleetwood (sub): 5 – Lurked on the shoulder of the last defender and looked eager to make his mark.

Arnaud Mendy (sub): 5 – No time to make an impact.

Ratings by Mark Wood