Boston United 5 Vauxhall Motors 2: Ratings

Stefan Galinski.
Stefan Galinski.
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Boston United beat Vauxhall Motors 5-2, but how did the players rate?

Lewis King - 6 (out of 10)

Rarely tested but did what he had to to deny efforts from distance. Cannot be faulted for the two Motors goals.

Conor Marshall - 7

In at right back, formerly his favoured role. Marshall was tough, abrasive and did well after his run in midfield.

Rene Steer - 7

Played his part in the first goal and linked well with Ricky Miller down the left flank.

Indy Aujla - 7

Looked very solid in the middle of the park and it was his neat header which set up Marc Newsham for his second of the day.

Scott Garner - 8

Playing as a makeshift striker, Garner did his job well - setting up goal number one and scoring the second.

Carl Piergianni - 7

Rattled the crossbar with a header but defended very well throughout.

Ian Ross - 8

The captain was back to his best, making two of the goals with his special deliveries before slotting home from thre spot.

Ben Milnes - 7

Was full of running and should have scored. Unfortunately, he found Zac Jones in top form.

Ricky Miller - 8 STAR MAN

Has he really been out injured? Miller played without fear and never looked like he had been sidelined with an ankle problem. Scored a delightful goal and won a penalty.

Marc Newsham - 8

Did what he does best - scored two poachers’ goals on a day where he was awarded for reaching treble figures for the club.

Stefan Galinski - 7

Started the game with two vital headed clearances, and built on that playform.


Ben Fairclough (for Newsham) - 5

Late to the party and struggled to get into the rhythm on a boggy surface.

Chareley Sanders (for Ross) - 5

Very late cameo for the forward.

Not used: Ngoni Dongo, Scott Dawson, Sam Vince.