Adver Sport assess the performances of the Swindon Town players after their 3-1 win at home to Morecambe in League Two.

Luke McCormick: 6.5

Made a couple of very good saves and was forced to react smartly on a couple of occasions. Was powerless to stop the goal.

Rob Hunt: 6.5

Combined really well with Isgrove and Yates down the right on a handful of occasions and enjoyed another solid outing.

Dion Conroy: 6.5

While his defensive partner occasionally has a senior moment, that rarely seems to be the case with the Town captain as he made sure his head met most of Morecambe’s aerial threats.

Mathieu Baudry: 6

Started the season strongly, but seems prone to a mistake or poor decision of late. Not a bad game by any stretch, but maybe another centre back before Tuesday might not be a bad idea.

Ellis Iandolo: 6.5

He has certainly developed physically over the summer and seemed a lot more at home playing left-back than he used to. Looks like a decent option while Fryers is out injured. Subbed.

Danny Rose: 6

The midfielder, who was making his first start on his comeback from injury, looked a little leggy at times, but battled well and will be pleased to get 90 minutes once again.

Jordan Lyden: 6.5

Didn’t have to do a lot, but his touch and weight of passing was often impressive once again in blustery conditions.

Keshi Anderson: 7.5

Another super performance from Anderson, grabbing two assists and still showing plenty of energy in a rather lifeless second half. Subbed.

Lloyd Isgrove: 7

Delivered an inch-perfect cross for Doyle to head home and linked up well with his teammates down the right.

Eoin Doyle: 7.5

Another two goals for the Bradford loanee showed home fans what he can do and although he doesn’t get involved in too many moves, when he does, it normally ends up in a goal.

Jerry Yates: 7

In the first half, he looked excited to be back out on the pitch and came back with a renewed confidence too. Took his chance excellently. Subbed.


Kaiyne Woolery: 6

Should probably have had more of an impact after coming on, but like his teammates, is potentially suffering slightly after a busy opening period of matches.

Tyler Reid: N/A

Adam May: N/A

Not on long enough to make an impression, although he did accidentally tackle Woolery on a breakaway in his short time on the pitch.