Boston United 0 Stockport County 0: Ratings

Rene Steer.
Rene Steer.

United drew with Stockport, but how did the players rate?

Sam Vince - 7 (out of 10)

Called up to replace the injured Lewis King, the youngster coped well once again. Kept a clean sheet and did what was asked of him.

Liam Marrs - 9 STAR MAN

Tough, rough and a joy to watch. Marrs excelled on the squaddy pitch, fighting hard in defence and pushing on well.

Rene Steer - 8

Given a torrid time by the impressive Adriano Moke. However, Steer seemed to enjoy the personal battle and gave as good as he got. Made a goal-saving second-half block.

Conor Marshall - 7

Lashed a 20-yard effort well over the bar early on. However, Marshall was United’s dependable rock in the heart of midfield.

Scott Garner - 7

Solid in the heart of defence and also put in a late shift as a target man up top.

Carl Piergianni - 7

Took a whallop from Kyle Jacobs but dusted himself down and played his part in the clean sheet.

Ryan Semple - 7

Semple was a dangerous outlet down the right flank. Ran Scott Duxbury ragged and put in a great ball for Newsham in the first half.

Kyle Dixon - 7

Showed flashes of absolute brilliance. Went on a number of dangerous, mazy runs but didn’t always release the right final ball.

Ricky Miller - 7

Perhaps trying too hard to change the game all by himself at times. Kept hold of the ball too often but also threatened and hit the post twice.

Marc Newsham - 7

The striker saw a close-range effort and penalty both saved by Ian Ormson in the first half. Did everything but get the better of the in-form County keeper.

Liam Agnew - 6

After a slow start and failing to get a grip on the game in the first half, Agnew made a superb stretching block to deny Iain Howard a certain goal.


Jamie McGhee (for Semple 66) -8

A brilliant, lively cameo from the winger. Saw an effort saved.

Stefan Galinski (for Agnew 86) - 6

Solid and dependable.

Ian Ross (for Marshall 86) - 6

Late on and made his mark with a powerful sliding challenge.

Not used: Ben Fairclough, Lewis King.