Hatters rated v Grimsby

Mark Tyler: 6.5 – Made some great saves to thwart the ruthless Mariners, but won’t be happy with conceding four goals.

Monday, 24th September 2012, 10:13 am

Dean Beckwith: 4 – No lack of effort, but put through the net for the fourth goal and could have helped to prevent all three others.

Janos Kovacs: 4.5 – Nowhere near his best and his partnership with Beckwith is not a complimentary one.

Alex Lawless: 6 – Always did his best to bring the ball down, but couldn’t stop Luton being overrun.

Jon Shaw: 4.5 – No service and was forced to drop deep and go wide to even see the ball.

Scott Rendell: 7.5 – Town’s one bright spark on a bleak night, netted their only goal and carried a real goal threat.

Jake Howells: 6 – Average showing from a player who has the potential to take this league by storm.

Stuart Fleetwood: 5 – Early season form has vanished and wasn’t really given a sniff of goal.

JJ O’Donnell: 5 – Started his senior career with a bang was almost anonymous on the night.

Ronnie Henry: 4.5 – Captain didn’t look comfortable on a night where Grimsby were irrepressible going forward and had to be substituted.

Andre Gray: 5.5 – Nothing really went for the livewire striker whose pace was negated by that of Thomas’.

Connor Essam (sub): 5 – Defence looked more rounded with him slotting in, but didn’t stamp his authority on proceedings.

Jake Robinson (sub): 5 – The odd lively run but largely on the periphery of the action.

Yaser Kasim (sub): 6 – His introduction gave Town added steel and they looked more of a threat going forward.

Ratings by Mark Wood