Hatters rated v Exeter City

Elliot Justham: 7.5 - One error apart when his fumble almost allowed Stockley in, it was a competent display from the keeper. Some good reactions second half and looked comfortable with the ball at his feet too.

Monday, 9th May 2016, 12:02 pm
Updated Monday, 9th May 2016, 1:52 pm
Joe Pigott is hauled back against Exeter on Saturday
Joe Pigott is hauled back against Exeter on Saturday

Stephen O’Donnell: 8 - Strong finish to a campaign that had a difficult start for the Scotsman as he continued to demonstrate how he has come on in leaps and bounds under new boss Jones.

Dan Potts: 7.5 - Full back linked up well with Howells on the left hand side as the pair were always a threat to City’s back-line. Took up some advanced positions too and managed to quell the threat of McReady’s crosses from the wing second half.

Glen Rea: 8 - Another fine display from the on-loan centre half as he stuck out a vital leg to prevent Stockley putting Exeter in front. Distribution was impressive too and another who Jones will be hoping to bring in permanently.

Alan Sheehan: 8.5 - Becoming a real favourite with supporters for the manner in which he steps out of defence with the ball at his feet. Hopefully not the last time he’s seen at Kenilworth Road in a Luton shirt.

Jake Howells: 8.5 - Deployed by Jones for the first time in midfield after starting at left back previously. Added some real balance to the side but now faces a nervous wait to see if a new contract is on the table.

Alex Lawless (STAR MAN): 9 - Brilliant from the recalled Welshman who caught the eye in his deeper midfield role. Always in to nick the ball away from the opposition and get Town going, neat in possession, plus the odd body swerve thrown in at the end to. Surely worth another deal.

Cameron McGeehan: 9 - Relished his role in the centre as he was always bursting forward and the architect of a number of attacks. Plenty of shots that were always testing Hamon, while he was keen to play in a team-mate too as he completed an excellent first full season.

Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu: 8 - Charged forward on the right hand side whenever the opportunity arose as Luton ran riot in the opening period. Tired during the second half, but a proper pre-season could see the best from the youngster.

Joe Pigott: 8 - Once again can’t knock his effort as he was the one always in the area trying to convert the chances. Went from the sublime to the ridiculous with an absolutely stunning first half strike from range and then that open goal miss late on.

Jack Marriott: 9 - Almost had the perfect hat-trick, denied by the outside of the post for his third. Lively from the word go, producing a goal poacher’s finish for the first and fine effort for the second to end a fine campaign as top scorer.

Tyreeq Bakinson (SUB): 7.5 - Massively impressive debut from the 17-year-old who immediately got stuck into the action and displayed a real calmness on the ball.

James Justin (SUB): 6.5 - Good clearing header late on from the defender who was another to make his first Luton appearance.

Frankie Musonda (SUB): 6.5 - Had the final moments as Luton finished with three of the U18s side on the pitch at the end.

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