Hatters rated v Hayes & Yeading

Mark Tyler: 7.5 – No real chance with either goal and pulled off a couple of great saves in either half.

Tuesday, 10th April 2012, 6:22 pm

Keith Keane: 7 – Helped the Hatters win the midfield battle and notched a rare goal to put them in charge.

George Pilkington: 6.5 – Given a torrid time by United’s strikers but stuck to his task, although he will be disappointed his side conceded another two more goals from set-pieces.

Alex Lawless: 6.5 – Got his foot in and displayed some intelligent passing, but could really do with taking games like this by the scruff of the neck.

Robbie Willmott: 6.5 – Thrusting runs and the odd fierce effort, but there’s still so much more to come.

Stuart Fleetwood (pictured): 8.5 – Rejuvenated striker was in scintillating form and capped it off with two great strikes.

Jake Howells: 7 – Started slowly under the high ball but improved and linked well with Willmott.

Curtis Osano: 6.5 – Some lovely winding runs coupled with a decent defensive showing.

Godfrey Poku: 6.5 – Combative midfield display and kept his passing simple.

Andre Gray: 7 – Kept up his goal-a-game record with a great strike but missed several other good chances.

Janos Kovacs: 6.5 – Unfortunate with the own goal but made some important challenges.

John Paul Kissock (sub): 5.5 – Full of tricks and flicks, but still needs that killer ball.

Craig McAllister (sub): 5 – Put himself about a bit but nothing noteworthy.

Shane Blackett (sub): 5 – No time to make an impact.

Ratings by Mark Wood